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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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Carole Ann Green thought she had found her dream home when she moved on to an exclusive development in the Worcestershire spa town of Malvern, next to the 18th century listed manor, Littlewood House, where Barbara Cartland grew up.
Inset, the late Barbara Cartland, who she blames for her plight
BARBARA Cartland, English author, 2000 JOHN Gielgud, English actor, 2000, above ELIZABETH David, UK cookbook writer, 1992
I was on a TV show with the late author Barbara Cartland who turned to me and said, 'Oh, The World Is Full Of Married Men is such a disgusting book,MissCollins.
Police Scotland and the Scottish Ambulance Service also responded but as a search of the area was being carried out, a similar alert was issued in Cartland, around three miles away.
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723 books and now there are another 160 on their way after a deal was struck to put a stack of manuscripts left unpublished at her death in 2000 into print for the first time.
BRIM & BEAR IT Anne Reid as Barbara Cartland for new TV film; LAUGHS Anne, left, in Dinnerladies
No one can get a small business on the air, television or radio, quicker or more affordably than we can," says co-owner Sandra Cartland.
If you're worried that you might end up looking like a cross between Barbie and Barbara Cartland, don't panic.
Brian Cartland, managing director said: "The past 12 months have been significant in the company's development and our strategy has always included the acquisition of adjoining property, as it became available, as part of our development plan for the site.
Stepping straight out of the pages of a Barbara Cartland novel Cassano, 24, whined: "I need affection, respect, to feel loved and considered important for a club.
Barbara Cartland left behind 160 unpublished novels when she died in 2000 at the age of 98, it has been revealed.