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Elizabeth Oldfield

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Pen name  Elizabeth Oldfield
Genre  Romantic novel
Occupation  Novelist
Name  Elizabeth Oldfield
Nationality  British
Role  Writer
Period  1982–1998

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Books  An accidental affair, The Bedroom Incident, Imperfect stranger, Vintage Babes, Love's Prisoner

Nadine Hoskinson, well known as Elizabeth Oldfield was a popular British writer of over 40 romance novels in Mills & Boon from 1982 to 1998, when she retired from romance. In her sixties, she decided to return to writing, and was published again in 2007.


Nadine Hoskinson married and had one daughter and one son. Her daughter later had 2 grandchildren. When in the 1980s her husband's job took them to live in Singapore. She had articles published in magazines and newspapers in the United Kingdom and Singapore. Later, she decided to write a book, but first she would practice on a small book. The only small books that she had were Mills & Boon romances. Her first book was accepted in 1982 as Elizabeth Oldfield, and she had enjoyed writing it during 18 years and 40 novels. She retired from romance in 1998 to travel with her husband. She died in 2010.


Elizabeth Oldfield Wikipedia

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