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by Virginia Henley
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Books by Virginia Henley: The raven and the rose. The hawk and the dove, winner of the 1988 Romantic Times. award for Best Elizabethan Historical Romance. The pirate and the pagan. The falcon and the flower. The dragon and the jewel.
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I love Virginia Henley's books. I have all her books and have yet to find any that I truely did not like. The Raven was a really good historical romance that painted great pictures of the past. The characters were perfect even with their flaws
I love Virginia Henley's books. The characters were perfect even with their flaws. Roger is the perfect mate for Roseanna because of his willingness to be patient.
Virginia married Arthur Henley in 1956 and they remained together until his death in 2013 The Raven and the Rose (1987). The Hawk and the Dove (1988).
Virginia married Arthur Henley in 1956 and they remained together until his death in 2013. They had two sons, Sean and Adam; four grandchildren, Daryl, Michael, Tara and Ryan; and two great grandchildren, Aireanna and Elizabeth. The marriage took place in Grimsby, Ontario, where she was a housewife, who read The Wolf and the Dove by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, and decided to start to write. There are marked differences between Henley's books published by Dell and those published by Island Books. The novels published by Dell had illustrated cover pages, with a plot synopsis on the back cover. The Raven and the Rose (1987).
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