Denise Robins


Denise Robins published her first book in 1924 and has since sold over 100 million printed copies worldwide.
She was a founding member and first president of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. By 1933 she was Mills and Boon’s most prolific author. During her long career as a writer, from about 1917 until her death in 1985, Robins wrote more than one hundred and sixty books. She was dubbed by the Daily Graphic "The queen of romantic fiction".
At the time of her death in 1985, Robins's books had been translated into fifteen languages. In 1984, they were borrowed more than one and a half million times from British libraries. Among her best-selling works were House of the Seventh Cross, Khamsin and Dark Corridor.
Here at Chiswell Publications we believe that the slogan that once adorned London buses “Robins for Romance” is as true today as it ever was. We are pleased to bring you the first dozen Denise Robins books ever to be published in e-book format. We welcome your comments and feedback and hope in due course that we can offer the entire backlist of her books.

"Rarely has any writer of our times delved so deeply into the secret places of a woman's heart."
Taylor Caldwell

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