Hilary Bailey

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Hilary Bailey (born 1936, Bromley, Kent) is a British writer and editor. She is the former wife of Michael Moorcock.

She edited volumes 7-10 of the New Worlds Quarterly series.

Her writings are varied, including a biography of Vera Brittain, a sequel to Jane Eyre, and genre fiction.

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  • The Black Corridor (1969) with Michael Moorcock
  • Polly Put the Kettle On (1975)
  • Mrs Mulvaney (1978)
  • All the Days of My Life (1984)
  • Hannie Richards: Or the Intrepid Adventures of a Restless Wife (1985)
  • Vera Brittain (non-fiction) (1987)
  • As Time Goes By (1988)
  • A Stranger to Herself (1989)
  • In Search of Love, Money and Revenge (1990)
  • The Cry from Street to Street (1992)
  • Cassandra: Princess of Troy (1993)
  • Frankenstein's Bride (1995)
  • Miles and Flora (1997)
  • Mrs Rochester (1997)
  • Elizabeth and Lily (1997)
  • After the Cabaret (1998)
  • Connections (2000)
  • The Autobiography of the Queen (2007) with Emma Tennant
  • Fifty- First State (2008)
  • Diana: The Ghost Biography (2008) with Emma Tennant
  • The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes (2012)

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