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roman d'amour, romantic fiction, genre fiction, love story

Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, née Kathleen Erin Hogg (b. June 3 1939 in Alexandria, Louisiana, U.S.A – d. July 6 2007 in Princeton, Minnesota, U.S.A), was a U.S. writer, pioneered the historical romance genre with the 1972 publication of her novel The Flame and the Flower.




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