I feel an almost overwhelming interest in the methods of daylight abduction employed by the modern youth.
She bowed her head, clasping her hands tightly before her upon the arm of his chair, for her heart yearned towards him, yet could not reach him, and it made her throat ache with unhappiness to meet that look of his that rested on her face without seeing it.
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|Birth:||16th August, 1902|
|Death:||4th July, 1974|
Georgette Heyer was born in Wimbledon, London, UK. She was an English historical romance and detective fiction novelist. Her writing career began in 1921, when she turned a story for her younger brother into the novel The Black Moth. She wrote several novels include: Powder and Patch, Simon the Coldheart, These Old Shades, The Masqueraders, Beauvallet, The Conqueror, Devil's Cub, The Convenient Marriage, Regency Buck, The Talisman Ring, An Infamous Army, The Spanish Bride, Faro's Daughter, Friday's Child, The Reluctant Widow, The Foundling, Arabella, The Grand Sophy, The Quiet Gentleman, Cotillion, The Toll-Gate, Bath Tangle, Sprig Muslin, April Lady, Venetia, The Unknown Ajax, A Civil Contract, The Nonesuch, False Colours, Frederica, Black Sheep, Cousin Kate, Charity Girl, Lady of Quality, and My Lord John.
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