Robert Hale


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Publishing Jean Plaidy
Between 1953 and 1960, she published seven more novels under this pseudonym. She stayed with her original publisher, Robert Hale , for all these books.
Mussell, Kay. Twentieth-Century Romance and Gothic Writers. Editors Vinson, James and Daniel Lane Kirkpatrick, Macmillan.
Publishing Joanna Cannan
JC contributed the Oxfordshire volume to Robert Hale 's County Books series, illustrated with beautiful black-and-white photographs.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
2615 (14 March 1952): 191
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing Naomi Jacob
NJ 's novel Strange Beginning was published by Robert Hale after, to her extreme displeasure, her faithful agent Raymond Savage informed her that Hutchinson no longer wanted her on their list.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
(11 August 1961): 500
Bailey, Paul. Three Queer Lives: An Alternative Biography of Fred Barnes, Naomi Jacob and Arthur Marshall. Hamish Hamilton (Penguin).
Publishing Naomi Jacob
Savage was forced to tell her, from Hutchinson , that her sales had slumped and that her mode of writing was considered out of date. She blamed the messenger for the news, and never forgave...
Textual Production Margery Lawrence
ML 's regular publisher, Robert Hale , printed the first of her occult-detective stories featuring the detective Miles Pennoyer: Number Seven, Queer Street.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Lawrence, Margery. Number Seven, Queer Street. Mycroft and Moran.
Textual Production Alison Uttley
AU 's Buckinghamshire appeared, after much vicissitude, in Hale 's County Books series; she called it an anthology because her account of crafts, places, wildlife, and so on drew heavily on other works.
British Book News. British Council.
(1951): 228
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production Alison Uttley
This had been commissioned in July 1944 by publishers Robert Hale . AU found it hard to do, but worse was to come: the destruction by fire of the proof copies at the printer's in...
Textual Production Doreen Wallace
In 1951 DW collaborated with Dick Bagnall-Oakeley , a naturalist, on Norfolk in Robert Hale 's County series.
Shepherd, June. Doreen Wallace, 1897-1989: Writer and Social Campaigner. Edwin Mellen Press.
Textual Production Sheila Kaye-Smith
SKS published (in Hale 's Regional Books series) Weald of Kent and Sussex.
British Book News. British Council.
(1953): 610


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Cannan, Joanna. Oxfordshire. Robert Hale, 1952.
Day, James Wentworth. The Queen Mother’s Family Story. Robert Hale, 1967.
Jacob, Naomi. Flavia. Robert Hale, 1965.
Jacob, Naomi. Strange Beginning. Robert Hale, 1961.
Jacob, Naomi. The Man who Found Himself. Robert Hale, 1973.
Lawrence, Margery. A Residence Afresh. Robert Hale, 1969.
Lawrence, Margery. Autumn Rose. Robert Hale, 1971.
Lawrence, Margery. Ferry over Jordan. Robert Hale, 1944.
Lawrence, Margery, and Shane Leslie. Fourteen to Forty-Eight. Robert Hale, 1950.
Lawrence, Margery. Master of Shadows. Robert Hale, 1959.
Lawrence, Margery. Strange Caravan. Robert Hale, 1941.
Lawrence, Margery. The Bridge of Wonder. Robert Hale.
Lawrence, Margery. The Tomorrow of Yesterday. Robert Hale, 1966.
Leslie, Shane, and Margery Lawrence. “Foreword”. Fourteen to Forty-Eight, Robert Hale, 1950, pp. 13-15.
Lindsay, Maurice. Robert Burns: The Man, His Work, and the Legend. Robert Hale, 1970.
Miller, Betty. A Room in Regent’s Park. Robert Hale, 1942.
Miller, Betty. Farewell Leicester Square. Robert Hale, 1941.
Miller, Betty. On the Side of the Angels. Robert Hale, 1945.
Plaidy, Jean. Castile for Isabella. Robert Hale, 1960.
Plaidy, Jean. Danse Macabre. Robert Hale, 1952.
Plaidy, Jean. Madame Serpent. Robert Hale, 1951.
Plaidy, Jean. Murder Most Royal. Robert Hale, 1949.
Plaidy, Jean. The Captive Queen of Scots. Robert Hale, 1963.
Plaidy, Jean. The Wandering Prince. Robert Hale, 1956.
Uttley, Alison. Buckinghamshire. Robert Hale, 1950.