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List of EC's books?

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List of EC's books?

Post by LCW » Thu October 17th, 2013, 1:22 am

Is there a list somewhere that lists all her books in chronological order? And that tells which books with different titles are the same?

I have a feeling there are some I still have to read. I get confused with the different titles for those released in the UK vs the US. I've bought double copies of a few books unwittingly because of the title differences. The last book I read was The Summer Queen but I have a feeling I missed some earlier ones. That book was excellent, btw!
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Post by annis » Thu October 17th, 2013, 2:15 am

Must admit I was struggling to think which of the earlier ones preceded others, but luckily EC has saved us the grief by putting up a list of her novels in chronological order on her website :) And she's also given alternative titles where they exist, lovely lady that she is.

http://elizabethchadwick.com/novels-in- ... cal-order/
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Post by DianeL » Thu October 17th, 2013, 10:42 pm

LCW, I apologize for getting off the topic, but I always wonder when I see your avatar - is that a Carolina Dog in your pic? I have a Carolina and they're such a distinctive breed, I just wondered. :)
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