Judith Lansdowne

Judith Lansdowne's first regency romance, Amelia's Intrigue (Zebra), was an immediate success, winning Romantic Times Magazine's Reviewers Choice Award. She has since had more than a dozen of her regency romances published, as well as an equal number of regency novellas. Her books have won four Gold Medal reviews and numerous other awards. Romantic Times honored her with their Career Achievement Award for Regency Romance in 1999, and included her novels Camilla's Fate (Zebra) and Balmorrow's Bride (Zebra) in their list of the top 200 romances of the past 20 years. Before becoming a full-time novelist, Lansdowne worked as a journalist, instructional television writer/producer, textbook production editor, college writing, and television production instructor and television news videographer.

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