Sands of Lamanna book. Jean Jean Innes was born on 8 February 1932 in London, England, but she have lived in the West Country almost all her life
Sands of Lamanna book. Jean Jean Innes was born on 8 February 1932 in London, England, but she have lived in the West Country almost all her life. She married with Geoff Saunders, her childhood sweetheart, and they have three grown up children. She lived in Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, where she wrote full time. She passed away on 3 August 2011, after contracting an illness, after being rushed to Weston General Hospital. Jean began her career as a magazine writer and had published around 600 short stories.
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Jean Saunders, née Jean Innes (8 February 1932 – 3 August 2011) was a British writer of romance novels from 1974 to 2010. She wrote under her married and maiden names, and also under the pseudonyms of Rowena Summers, Sally Blake, and Rachel Moore. She also wrote an erotic novel as Jodi Nicol and also published writing books. Jean Saunders was the seventeenth chairman (1993–95) of the Romantic Novelists' Association, and she was the Vice-Chairman of Swanwick writers' summer school
1975) A novel by Jean Innes (Jean Saunders).
1975) A novel by Jean Innes (Jean Saunders). Used availability for Jean Saunders's Sands of Lamanna. July 1975 : UK Hardback. May 1992 : UK Paperback.
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Jean Saunders, née Jean Innes (b. 8 February 1932 in London, England - d. 3 August 2011 in. .Jean also wrote, an erotic novel as Jodi Nicol and also published writing books. Sands of Lamanna (1975). 3 August 2011 in Weston-super-Mare, England) was a British writer of romance novels since 1974, she writes under her married and maiden name, and also writes under the pseudonyms of Rowena Summers, Sally Blake, and Rachel Moore. Jean Saunders was elected the seventeenth Chairman (1993–1995) of the Romantic Novelists' Association, and she was the Vice-Chairman of the Writers' Summer School of Swanwick. Whispering Dark (1976).
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Demand?" The trader had courage. Winds sweeping from the distant mountains, lifting sands from the deserts, catching them, driving them in a composite whole. A deal was made, passage booked, money handed over. A high passage to Fendris. That's what I paid for and that's what I want. Grains of silica, basalt, granite, manganese. Crystalline particles formed of minute rubies, agates, diamonds, emeralds.
British novelist Hammond Innes was perhaps best known for his nautical mystery, The Wreck of the Mary Deare, which was made into a film starring Gary Cooper and Charlton Heston. But the prolific writer, World War II veteran, and dedicated yachtsman wrote over thirty novels of adventure and suspense over his long career. The two novels collected here tell the tales of a World War II plot and a rescue on the frozen Labrador Peninsula. As always, the art of writing thoroughly well-documented and ably-written thrillers is perfectly understood by Innes, whose work stands in a class by itself (.