‘Pink Collection’ of 160 unpublished novels joins vast ‘Eternal Collection’ already in print as part of comprehensive ebook dealThere are even more happy endings in store for devotees of queen of romance Barbara Cartland as 160 previously unpublished novels, including 57 entirely unseen works, are being released 13 years after her death, on completion of a two-year digitisation project by her son Ian McCorquodale and UK publisher M-Y Books.The books, some of which are already available through the author’s website, are being brought out as The Pink Collection at a rate of two per month, giving readers a chance to re-connect with the distinctive Cartland style at a leisurely pace with such tales as The King Without a Heart, The Marquis is Trapped, and The Castle of Love.Cartland’s remaining 490 romantic novels, many of which were produced using old-fashioned lithograph print techniques in the days before digital printers, are also newly scanned into digital format and will be published as The Eternal Collection at a rate of four per month.Jonathan Miller, M-Y Books managing director said: “Her fans all around the world are re-connecting with her writing. We’re finding readers in the UK, US, an English-language readership in Germany and …read more

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