Sara Seale

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Mary Jane MacPherson and/or A.D.L. MacPherson
Pen name Sara Seale
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Period 1932-1971
Genre romance
Spouse yes

Sara Seale, was the pseudonym by Mary Jane MacPherson (d. March 11, 1974(1974-03-11))[1] and/or A.D.L. MacPherson (d. October 30, 1978(1978-10-30)), a British writing team of over 45 romance novels as from 1932 to 1971. Seale was one of the first Mills & Boon's authors published in Germany and the Netherlands.

Bibliography[edit]

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Single novels[edit]

  • Beggars May Sing (1932)
  • Chase the Moon (1933)
  • Summer Spell (1937)
  • Grace Before Meat (1938)
  • This Merry Bond (1938)
  • Spread Your Wings (1939) a.k.a. My Heart's Desire
  • Green Grass Growing (1940)
  • Barn Dance (1941) a.k.a. Queen of Hearts
  • Stormy Petrel (1941)
  • The Silver Sty (1942)
  • House of Glass (1944) a.k.a. Maggy
  • Folly to Be Wise (1946)
  • The Reluctant Orphan (1947) a.k.a. Orphan Bride
  • The English Tutor (1948)
  • The Gentle Prisoner (1949)
  • These Delights (1949)
  • The Young Amanda (1950)
  • Then She Fled Me (1950)
  • The Dark Stranger (1951)
  • Wintersbride (1951)
  • The Lordly One (1952)
  • The Forbidden Island (1953)
  • Turn to the West (1953)
  • The Truant Spirit (1954)
  • Time of Grace (1955)
  • Child Friday (1956)
  • Sister to Cinderella (1956)
  • I Know My Love (1957)
  • Trevallion (1957)
  • Lucy Lamb (1958) a.k.a. Lucy Lamb, Doctor's Wife
  • Charity Child (1959)
  • Dear Dragon (1959)
  • Cloud Castle (1960)
  • The Only Charity (1961)
  • The Reluctant Landlord (1962)
  • Valentine's Day (1962)
  • By Candlelight (1963)
  • The Youngest Bridesmaid (1963)
  • The Third Uncle (1964)
  • To Catch a Unicorn (1964)
  • Green Girl (1965)
  • The Truant Bride (1966)
  • Penny Plain (1967)
  • That Young Person (1969)
  • Dear Professor (1970)
  • Mr. Brown (1971) a.k.a. The Unknown Mr. Brown

Author's omnibus collections[edit]

  • Green Girl / Penny Plain / Queen Of Hearts (Harlequin Omnibus 9) (1975)
  • Young Amanda / Truant Bride / Beggars May Sing (1983)

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

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