Judith Michael

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Judith Michael is the pseudonym of the husband-and-wife writing team of Judith Barnard (born 1934) and Michael Fain (born 1937). Barnard has worked as a journalist, educational film writer, biographer and editor. She received a B.A. from Ohio State University and an M.A. from Northwestern University. Under her own name, she wrote the novel The Past and Present of Solomon Sorge (1967). Fain has worked as an engineer for NASA, was president of an electronics company in Canada, and published numerous scientific articles under his own name. Jointly, under their two names, Barnard and Fain published articles on marriage and the family in Redbook, Readers' Digest, Ladies Home Journal, among others. As Judith Michael, they published eleven highly successful contemporary novels.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Deceptions (1982)
  • Possessions (1984)
  • Private Affairs (1986)
  • Inheritance (1988)
  • A Ruling Passion (1990)
  • Sleeping Beauty (1991)
  • Pot of Gold (1993)
  • A Tangled Web (1995)
  • Acts of Love (1997)
  • A Certain Smile (1999)
  • The Real Mother (2005)

References[edit]

  • "Judith Barnard", Contemporary Authors Online, Thompson Gale, entry updated 13 February 2001.