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Text:"... With Wit, Romance BATH TANGLE by Georgette Sons, Ney York. THE TOLL-GATE by George- ette Heyer. G.P. Putnam's Heyer.. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York. Peanuts, potato chips and GeorgetteHeyer novels have one..."
Date:Sep 10 1972
Publication:Ada, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... and Them." Jane's story is intimate, self-revelatory and entirely absorbing. Feminists in and out of Women's Lib will enjoy it. CHARITY GIRL, by GeorgetteHeyer (Dutton, $5.95) , MissHeyer has..."
Date:Oct 31 1970
Publication:Carroll, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... driving forces in American life. If you are interested In the past of our country, you will surely want to read this biKjk. GeorgetteHeyer ha.s a large fol-* Ifs Here Again. Ifs Our Birthday And That Calls..."
Date:Mar 2 1952
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the best anecdotes concerns Victor Flemming surrounded by rambunctious Munchkins on the set of his previous motion picture, "The Wizard of Oz." My Lord John, by GeorgetteHeyer. (Dutton, MissHeyer's last..."
Date:Jan 31 1976
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to read just for the hell of it. GeorgetteHeyer stands as one of the very few writers who refuses to put a thought in our heads. For her perverse wisdom we should be thankful. As usual, MissHeyer works..."
Date:Mar 16 1967
Publication:South Holland, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... of the High Hand" is packed with romance. ezone and adventure. THE TALISMAN RING By GeorgetteHeyer Fifty candles in branching can- delabra and a leaping log fire gave brightness and warmth to the bed- room..."
Date:June 27 1937
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"..., it comes very near it." GeorgetteHeyer, whose book, Beauvallet is promised for February by Longmans, Green and Company bases her sole claim to distinction on CLUB MEETINGS Mra. TreadM, N. st. trill..."
Date:Feb 15 1930
Publication:Appleton, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... 1 GROUP r III It DRESS SHIRTS 1GROUP GROUP OF TIES REG. to JJ.50 DA T Heyer Novel Is Another Top Romance tADY OF QUALITY, by GeorgetteHeyer. Pub. by DutlOfl. J6.95, 255 pgs. GeorgetteHeyer is in lop..."
Date:Jan 28 1973
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... in case. If not exactly inspired, "Five Fatal Letters1' con- tains a number of surprises, good- natured amateur sleuthing and sev- eral ouija sessions. THEY FOUND HIM DEAD By GeorgetteHeyer Unless we err..."
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"..., in fact, for any reader to consume the first 20 pages of this book Our Readers Write and not finish it — probably at one compulsive sitting. Also: THE GEORGETTEHEYER OMNIBUS (Dutton, $8.95.) Three of Ms..."
Date:Oct 7 1973
Publication:Orland Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... TO CHOOSE FROM '15 LADY OF QUALITY, by GeorgetteHeyer. Pub. by Dulton. WJ5, 251 GeorgetteHeyer Is in top form.in this, her umpteenth period novel of early 19th cen- tury England, which is roman- tic..."
Date:Jan 28 1973
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... thumb. Despite my handicap, I want to describe my admiratien of GeorgetteHeyer, since she is one of my favorite authors. What a surprise recently to reach page 525 in a thick book "My Lord John", by Mrs..."
Date:Feb 19 1976
Publication:Radford, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"..., in fact, for any reader to consume the first 20 pages of this book Our Readers Write and not finish it — probably at one compulsive sitting. Also: THE GEORGETTEHEYER OMNIBUS (Dutton, $8.95.) Three of Ms..."
Date:Oct 7 1973
Publication:Tinley Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... explicit about some of the more dramatic moments in his life. Photographs. # * * COUSIN KATE, by GeorgetteHeyer (Dutton, $4.95). Another Regency romance as believable as the material printed on cereal boxes..."
Date:Dec 5 1968
Publication:Markham, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Htytr. JM pages. Niw York; G. P. Putmm'i SMI. By MARIE ILIZARD Author GeorgetteHeyer'a variety is, it not infinite, wide. She writes murder serioui historical novelf, and romantic costume pieces, Her..."
Date:Sep 29 1957
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... in Hawaii and Alaska. Tim at Sae/eA By Jo Fields Shalett VENETIA By GeorgetteHeyer It is a lucky thing for her admiring readers that Mrs. Heyer is such a prolific writer. Her romantic regency novels never..."
Date:Mar 27 1959
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... the popular Malachy's and the Flesh and Father GeorgetteHeyer returns to the Regency period of pre- vious novels for a picture of London during the social sea- son with its glimpses of debu- tante balls..."
Date:Nov 14 1965
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... by and have enjoyed productive writing GeorgetteHeyer in private George is 72 years old and published Black Moth in 1941 as her first Mysterious Affair at Styles was Agatha Christies first novel in She is now..."
Date:Mar 10 1974
Publication:Clovis, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... to you you need the companionship of characters who are lively and brave and vivid. With such a preamble, you will certainly read The Masqueraders, by GeorgetteHeyer, published by Long- mans Gren..."
Publication:Appleton, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., to the running commentary and analysis of his works THESE OLD* SHADES, and THE CORINTHIAN, by GeorgetteHeyer (Bantam. 75 cents each). To be perfectly serious about it. one might call Miss Meyer’s Regency romances..."
Date:July 20 1967
Publication:Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America