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Anne Hampson (writer)


Who is Anne Hampson?

Anne Hampson was a British writer of over 125 romance novels in Mills & Boon from 1969 to 1998. She published historical romance novels under the pseudonym Jane Wilby. Although she retired in 1998, in 2005 she published two romance and a crime novel. She has written an autobiography entitled Fate Was My Friend.

  • also known as Jane Wilby
  • born in England
  • nationality: United Kingdom
  • profession: Writer
  • written works: "The Night Is Ours", "The Dead Can't Kill", "The tender years", "Le bonheur commence a Dombeya", "Sweet second love", "Beyond the sweet waters", "Realm ofthe pagans", "A thousand stars", "Blue hills of Sintra", "Shadows of Apollo", "The laird of Locharrun", "Sweet is the web", "Stardust", "Where Eagles Nest", "Wife for a penny", "The Plantation Boss", "Gold is the Sunrise", "There Came a Tyrant", "Dark Hills Rising", "Chateau in the Palms", "The Dawn is Golden", "An eagle swooped", "A rose from Lucifer", "Le Pays Des Montagnes Pourpres", "Pagan lover", "Stars Over Sarawak", "Windward crest", "The autocrat of Melhurst", "Man of the outback", "A touch of romance", "FIRE MEETS FIRE", "Seule Sans Lui", "Boss of Bali Creek", "Pemberley Place", "Enchanted Dawn", "Fetters of hate", "Stormy the Way", "Unwanted bride", "For Love of a Pagan", "When Love Comes", "South of Capricorn", "Dear benefactor", "A man of importance", "Jonty in love", "To buy a memory", "Petals Drifting", "Les Eaux Douches De L'Asle", "Spell of The Island", "Unwary Heart", "Hunter of the East"

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