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by Lilian Peake

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Author:
Lilian Peake
ISBN13:
978-0263741087
ISBN:
0263741087
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Publisher:
Harlequin Mills & Boon; New Ed edition (February 25, 1983)
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Lilian Margaret Peake was born on 25 May 1924 in London, England, UK. During the World War II, she moved to the countryside

Lilian Margaret Peake was born on 25 May 1924 in London, England, UK. During the World War II, she moved to the countryside. Her early ambition was to be a journalist, and she ended up working at various newspapers and magazines around England. She also married and started a family, and eventually she decided start to writing romance novels. She wrote over 65 romance novels for Mills & Boon fro Lilian Margaret Peake was born on 25 May 1924 in London, England, UK.

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No Other Man. Peake Lilian. (1982) A novel by Lilian Peake. December 1982 : UK Hardback.

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CHAPTER ONE. IT was evening and supper was behind them. Knowing the man’s ability and brainpower, and having discussed policy matters and ideas for the future with him, I’m only too glad to have him on my side instead of having to compete with him if he decided to start his own company. If he did that, we’d lose, no doubt about i. ‘Have you seen this man?’ ‘Not for some years. I talked to him by telephone. ‘You called America? It must have cost a fortune!’ ‘He called me back.

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