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Cartland

(ˈkɑːtlənd)
n
(Biography) Dame Barbara (Hamilton). 1901–2000, British novelist, noted for her prolific output of popular romantic fiction

Cart•land

(ˈkɑrt lənd)
n.
Dame (Mary) Barbara (Hamilton), 1901–2000, British romance writer.
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ATEACHER handed a 39-page PS50,000 lawyers' bill after a "trivial" row with her elderly neighbours over 15 inches of soil faces losing her home - and blames the late romantic novelist Barbara Cartland for her plight.
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IN her lifetime, Dame Barbara Cartland published 723 books and now there are another 160 on their way after a deal was struck to put a stack of manuscripts left unpublished at her death in 2000 into print for the first time.
Over the course of her career, Cartland published 723 books, including 23 novels in 1983 alone, before her death at the age of 98.
Far from looking fresh-faced, poor old Lydia is looking about as au naturale as Dame Barbara Cartland after a fight with a powderpuff.
The late Barbara Cartland is reputed to have written 723 books during her career.