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Allardyce, Paula, 1912-1997 National Library of the Netherlands-test ISNI-test

Allardyce, Paula ISNI-test

Torday, Ursula, 1912-1997 National Széchényi Library, Hungary Library of Congress/NACO

Torday, Ursula Wikipedia (en)

VIAF ID: 161019290 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/161019290

ISNI-test: 0000  0001  0832  2491 

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Adam and Evelina National Széchényi Library, Hungary
Beloved enemy National Széchényi Library, Hungary
The briar patch National Széchényi Library, Hungary
De bruid wacht vergeefs National Library of the Netherlands-test
Death my lover National Széchényi Library, Hungary
Game of hazard National Széchényi Library, Hungary
The gentle highwayman National Széchényi Library, Hungary
The gentle sex National Széchényi Library, Hungary
The ghost of Archie Gilroy National Library of the Netherlands-test National Széchényi Library, Hungary
De kus achter het gordijn National Library of the Netherlands-test
The lady and the pirate National Széchényi Library, Hungary
The man of wrath National Széchényi Library, Hungary
A marriage has been arranged National Széchényi Library, Hungary
Miss Jonas' s boy National Széchényi Library, Hungary
Miss Philadelphia Smith National Library of the Netherlands-test
My dear Miss Emma National Széchényi Library, Hungary
No peace for the wicked, 1937: Library of Congress/NACO
Romantiek op de plantage National Library of the Netherlands-test
Southarn Folly xR Extended Titles-test National Széchényi Library, Hungary
De standvastige juffrouw Parkington National Library of the Netherlands-test

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