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Lindsay Armstrong Lindsay Armstrong i(A45993 works by) (a.k.a. Gillian Crowe)
Born: Established:
South Africa,
Southern Africa, Africa,
Gender: Female
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Lindsay Armstrong was born in South Africa where she worked for a travel agency and an airline. She met her husband and were married six month later. The family eventually immigrated to Australia.

Most Referenced Works


  • Other works by Armstrong have been translated into Portuguese (Nova Cultural: Sao Paulo, Brazil) but their original titles have not been verified : Coracao Indomavel (1998); Paixao de Adolescente (1987); Passos Para o Amor (2005); Precisa-se de Uma Baba (1999); Duas Vezes Feliz (1999); Ardente Paixao (1999); Seperados pelo Casamento (2002); Cassamento ou Nada! (2001); Dividida Pelo Amor (2002); Surpresas de um Casamento (2003). (sighted web catalogue National Library of Brazil 14/11/07)

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon The Socialite and the Cattle King Chatswood : Harlequin Mills and Boon , 2010 Z1779219 2010 single work novel romance

'Prim and proper socialite-turned-journalist Holly Harding is looking for her first big scoop. What better topic than the infamous cattle king Brett Wyndham? But when Holly meets Brett she notices something inherently dangerous about the enigmatic billionaire, and she quickly finds her professional no-nonsense attitude slipping!

'When their plane crashes in the middle of the outback she is forced to rely on Brett for protection. How long can inexperienced Holly deny their sizzling attraction?' (Publication summary)

2011 winner Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Short Sexy Romance
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