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by Anne Rundle

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Author:
Anne Rundle
ISBN13:
978-0399117190
ISBN:
0399117199
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Publisher:
Putnam; First Edition first Printing edition (1976)
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Subcategory:
Thrillers & Suspense
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She worked as civil servant on Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 1942 to Anne Lamb Rundle aka Anne Rundle, Joanne Marshall, Marianne Lamont, Alexandra Manners, Jeanne Sanders, Georgianna Bell

She worked as civil servant on Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 1942 to Anne Lamb Rundle aka Anne Rundle, Joanne Marshall, Marianne Lamont, Alexandra Manners, Jeanne Sanders, Georgianna Bell. Anne Lamb was born on 1920 in Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, England, UK, daughter of Annie Sanderson and George Manners Lamb, a soldier. She was educated at Army Schools, and attended Berwick High School for Girls. She worked as civil servant on Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 1942 to 1950.

Anne Rundle (née Lamb; 1920 – 1989) was a British author of more than 40 gothic and romance novels. She also used the pseudonyms of Joanne Marshall, Marianne Lamont, Alexandra Manners, Jeanne Sanders, and Georgianna Bell

Anne Rundle (née Lamb; 1920 – 1989) was a British author of more than 40 gothic and romance novels. She also used the pseudonyms of Joanne Marshall, Marianne Lamont, Alexandra Manners, Jeanne Sanders, and Georgianna Bell. She won the Netta Muskett Award for new writers, and is one of only a few authors to have won twice the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association.

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Anne Rundle, née Lamb (b. 1920 in Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, England – d. 1989), was a British writer of over 40 gothic and romance novels

Anne Rundle, née Lamb (b. 1989), was a British writer of over 40 gothic and romance novels.

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