Violet Winspear

Violet Winspear (28 April 1928 – January 1989) was a British writer of 70 romance novels in Mills & Boon from 1961 to 1987.

In 1973, she became a launch author for the new Mills & Boon-Harlequin Presents line of category romance novels. Presents line books were more sexually explicit than the previous line, Romance, under which Winspear had been published. She was chosen to be a launch author because she, along with Anne Mather and Anne Hampson were the most popular and prolific British authors of Mills and Boon.

In 1970 Winspear commented that she wrote her leading males as if they were 'capable of rape'. This comment caused uproar and lead to her receiving hate mail. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1981
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1965
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1976
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1977
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1974
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1982
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by Winspear,Violet
Published 1981
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1980
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1976
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1973
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1979
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1968
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1985
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1978
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by Winspear, Violet.
Published 1981
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by Winspear, Violet.
Published 1981
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1975
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1979
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by Winspear, Violet
Published 1974