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Elizabeth Rolls Elizabeth Rolls i(A96356 works by) (birth name: Pamela Eldridge)
Born: Established: Kent,
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England,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
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Gender: Female
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'Elizabeth Rolls was born in Kent due to the vagaries of the Australian Army but returned to Australia at the age of fifteen months when her father's diplomatic posting expired ... Most of her childhood was passed in Melbourne apart from three years in Papua New Guinea again, courtesy of the Australian Army.' During her secondary school years, Rolls developed a passion for music and went on to complete a music degree at the University of Melbourne. She then worked as a music teacher and a singer.

In the early 1990s Rolls moved to Sydney and undertook a masters degree in musicology. Following the completion of her masters, she returned to teaching. At this time she also wrote her first book, a historical novel. Rolls returned to Melbourne and submitted her novel to Mills and Boon where it was accepted for publication.

Source: Mills and Boon (UK) website, http://www.millsandboon.co.uk
Sighted: 18/03/2008

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Awards for Works

y separately published work icon A Compromised Lady London : Mills and Boon , 2008 Z1483063 2008 single work novel romance historical fiction

'Something had wrought a change in Thea Winslow.

'As a girl she had been bubbling over with mischief. As a woman she seemed half lost in shadow. But Richard Blakehurst couldn't miss the flash of connection between them when his hand touched hers. It was as if he had awakened something deep inside her.

'Seeing Richard again brought back the taunting memory of their dance at her coming-out ball. She must tame her wayward thoughts, because Thea doubted even her considerable fortune could buy Richard's good opinion of her if ever he learnt the truth...'

2009 finalist Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Long Romance
y separately published work icon His Lady Mistress Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2005 Z1281633 2005 single work novel romance historical fiction
2006 finalist Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Long Section
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