Mistress Devon

Mistress Devon None

  • Title: Mistress Devon
  • Author: Virginia Coffman
  • ISBN: 9780877950448
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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    1. Virginia Coffman

      Virginia Edith Coffman aka Jeanne Duval, Diana Saunders, Victor Cross, Ann Stanfield, Virginia C Du Vaul, Kay Cameron.A native of San Francisco, Coffman contributed movie reviews to the Oakland Tribune from 1933 40 She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1938 and was a movie and television script writer for Columbia, RKO, and other Hollywood studios in her early writing career 1944 56 She had her first success with writing novels in 1959, when Crown Publishing decided to take a chance on Moura, and the novel was showcased by Library Journal By the 1980s, Coffman was recognized as the author largely responsible for setting off the Gothics craze of the 1960s, earning her the reputation of Queen of the Gothics 1She quit her day job in Reno and became a full time writer in 1965 While historical romance novels seldom find their way into the literary canon, Coffman, who was both prolific and dedicated, took her writing seriously Her research for historical fiction was meticulous She also drew upon personal experience as a world traveler when setting some of her novels in Hawaii, Paris, and other romantic locales Several of her historical romances and gothic mystery novels were translated into other languages, and many have been published in large print and audio editions.She was recognized by Who s Who of American Women and Who s Who in the West She was a member of the Authors League of America and the Mystery Writers Guild of America The Reno Gazette Journal featured Virginia Coffman and her sister in a biographical story on April 4, 2002 In 2003, she donated a collection of her gothic mystery and historical romance novels to the University of Nevada, Reno Libraries.


    1. i was pretty excited to read this 2nd Virginia Coffman novel as I adored Moura, my firstever was sadly disappointed. The writing was cryptic and confusing in places, and this was definitely not a gothic suspense novel as Moura was, and as I am sure most of Coffman's books are as she is known for them. Perhaps that is why this one is sub-titled "A Novel" any event, the only mystery in this book was which brother the heroine would end up with, which one was the "good" and which was the "bad" one, [...]

    2. I basically read this because my name is in the title but it had topics surprisingly close to my own life (A Devon named after England, theatre/arts, and Boston) however it ended up not have much to it. A quick easy read though which is always nice.

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