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by Roger Longrigg

Download Strathgallant: (Writing as Laura Black) ePub
  • ISBN 0755105001
  • ISBN13 978-0755105007
  • Language English
  • Author Roger Longrigg
  • Publisher House of Stratus (April 19, 2010)
  • Pages 350
  • Formats lit lrf azw mobi
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Action and Adventure
  • Size ePub 1891 kb
  • Size Fb2 1279 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 820

Lady Strathgallant is obsessed with her responsibilities to the Strathgallant estate, and to her adopted granddaughter, the beautiful Perdita Sinclair. And she desperately wants an heir for Strathgallant. Determined to see her granddaughter married to a wealthy, connected man, she contrives a plan to bring Perdita to the attention of her nephews. All seems to be going well until a fifth suitor appears on the scene. The romantic Jules Dilebes is determined to have Perdita – but treachery and death plague the Strathgallant household.

References to estates and characters in Black's other books surface.

beautiful, headstrong. References to estates and characters in Black's other books surface. It's not a series - more companion books - as they all take place within a small geographic location.

Roger Erskine Longrigg (1 May 1929 – 26 February 2000) was a prolific British novelist. As well as publishing some books under his own name, he principally wrote popular novels in a wide range of different styles, using different pseudonyms for each

Ignore the sappy Mills and Boone style cover, Laura Black (aka Roger Longrigg) is a master at hiding storylines. Very enjoyable Victorian set Nancy Drew type novel

beautiful, headstrong. Ignore the sappy Mills and Boone style cover, Laura Black (aka Roger Longrigg) is a master at hiding storylines. Very enjoyable Victorian set Nancy Drew type novel. Trust me, its better than it sounds).

Roger Longrigg, Laura Black. Place of Publication

Roger Longrigg, Laura Black. Place of Publication. Roger Longrigg was a British author of unusual versatility who wrote both novels and non-fiction, along with plays and screenplays for television, under both his own name and eight other pseudonyms. He completed fifty five books, many under his own name, but also Scottish historical fiction as Laura Black; thrillers as Ivor Drummond (for which his chief character, Lady Jennifer Norrington was named by HRF Keating in 'The Times' as the 'True heir of James Bond'); black comedies as Domini Taylor; Frank Parish (which titles feature the adventures of Dan Mallett

Roger Longrigg was a British author of unusual versatility who wrote both novels and non-fiction, along with plays and .

Roger Longrigg was a British author of unusual versatility who wrote both novels and non-fiction, along with plays and screenplays for television, under both his own name and eight other pseudonyms. He completed fifty five books, many under his own name, but also Scottish historical fiction as Laura Black; thrillers as Ivor Drummond (for which his chief character, Lady Jennifer Norrington was named by HRF Keating in 'The Times' as the 'True heir of James Bond'); black comedies as Domini Taylor; Frank Parish (which titles feature the adventures of Dan Mallett, a poacher who.

Roger Longrigg was a British author of unusual versatility who wrote both novels and non-fiction, along with plays and .

Published 1983 by Pan in London. Perthshire (Scotland). Lady Strathgallant is obsessed with her responsibilities to the Strathgallant estate, and to her adopted granddaughter, the beautiful Perdita Sinclair.

Strathgallant by Laura Black - book cover, description, publication history.

Born in Scotland in 1929, Roger Longrigg worked initially in advertising, which provided the inspiration for his first novel, 'A High Pitched Buzz' first published in 1953. His love of writing saw him delve into many genre's using pen names of Laura Black, Rosalind Erskine, Megan Barker, Iver Drummond and Domini Taylor. The Black books show his prowess at historical fiction, with a dash of romance, set against striking Scottish backgrounds. Longrigg died on February 26th 2000, aged 70.

Writing as Laura Black). Roger Longrigg was a British author of unusual versatility who wrote both novels and non-fiction, along with plays and screenplays for television, under both his own name and eight other pseudonyms

Writing as Laura Black). Roger Longrigg was a British author of unusual versatility who wrote both novels and non-fiction, along with plays and screenplays for television, under both his own name and eight other pseudonyms More about Roger Longrigg.