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Woodiwiss, Kathleen E

LC control no.n 77012100
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3573.O625
Personal name headingWoodiwiss, Kathleen E.
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Variant(s)Hogg, Kathleen Erin
Vudiviss, Ketlin
Вудивисс, Кэтлин
Birth date1939-06-03
Death date2007-07-06
Place of birthAlexandria (La.)
Place of deathPrinceton (Minn.)
Field of activityRomance fiction Historical fiction
Historical romance
Profession or occupationNovelists
Romance novelists
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHer Shanna, 1977: t.p. (Kathleen E. Woodiwiss)
Naveki-navsegda, 1996: t.p. (Ketlin Vudiviss)
Wikipedia WWW site, July 10, 2007 (under Kathleen Woodiwiss: Kathleen Erin Hogg Woodiwiss; b. Kathleen Erin Hogg, June 3, 1939, Alexandria, La.; m. Ross Woodiwiss; d. July 6, 2007, Princeton, Minn.; writer of historical romances)
Harlequin web site, November 15, 2016: (Kathleen E. Woodiwiss ; (1939 - 2007) Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, creator of the modern historical romance, died July 6, 2007 in Minnesota. She had just turned 68. Her attorney, William Messerlie, said that she died after a long illness. Born on June 3, 1939 in Alexandria, Louisiana ; Woodiwiss is credited with the invention of the modern historical romance novel)
Wikipedia web site, November 15, 2016: (Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, née Kathleen Erin Hogg (June 3, 1939 - July 6, 2007), was a United States writer, pioneered the historical romance genre with the 1972 publication of her novel The Flame and the Flower. She was born Kathleen Erin Hogg in Alexandria, Louisiana ; She died in a hospital in Princeton, Minnesota, aged 68, from cancer)
Associated languageeng
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