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Lindsey, Johanna

LC control no.n 84033301
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3562.I5123
Personal name headingLindsey, Johanna
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Variant(s)Howard, Johanna Helen, 1952-2019
Lindseĭ, Dzhoanna
Линдсей, Джоанна
לינדסי, ג׳ואנה
לינדסי, ג׳ואנה. הדר, יפעה
לינדסי, ג׳והנה
לינדסי, ג׳והנה. גולדברג, אורי
לינדסי, ג׳והנה. ויקסלבאום, ענת
לינדסי, ג׳והנה. קלצל, ישראלה
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedHawaii New Hampshire
Birth date1952-03-10
Death date2019-10-27
Place of birthFrankfurt am Main (Germany)
Place of deathNashua (N.H.)
Field of activityRomance fiction
Profession or occupationNovelists
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHer A gentle feuding, 1984: CIP t.p. (Johanna Lindsey)
Pervozdannyĭ raĭ, 1996: t.p. (Dzhoanna Lindseĭ)
New York Times (Website), viewed December 23, 2019: "Johanna Lindsey, Best-Selling Romance Novelist, Dies at 67," by Richard Sandomir, Published Dec. 22, 2019, updated Dec. 23, 2019 (Johanna Lindsey, whose best-selling romance novels ... died on Oct. 27 in Nashua, N.H. ... Ms. Lindsey wrote her first novel on a whim and turned out nearly 60 more. Her most recent, "Temptation's Darling," published in July ... Johanna Helen Howard was born on March 10, 1952, in Frankfurt, where her father, Edwin, was stationed in the Army, and she moved to the United States when she was about 5. Her mother was Wanda (Castle) Howard. The family eventually settled in Hawaii ... married Ralph Lindsey ... In 1977, Avon published the book "Captive Pride," which she followed over the next four years with "A Pirate's Love," "Brave the Wild Wind," "Fires of Winter" and "Paradise Wild." ... Ms. Lindsey had lived in New Hampshire in recent years ...)
Associated languageeng