Pacific Cavalcade

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G.K. Hall, 1981 - Fiction - 728 pages
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This is a blend of current bestsellers and strong mid-list titles, including well reviewed fiction and nonfiction, and international favorites. Aimed at pleasing a wide readership, the Core Series includes New York Times bestsellers, award-winning titles, and works by highly acclaimed authors.

Pacific Cavalcade is the saga of an American family during the tumultuous years between Armistice Day, 1918, and the eve of World War II. Randi Lombard, a cool yet fiercely independent woman, transcends her humble beginnings and marries into one of San Francisco's most aristocratic families, becomes involved with one of Hollywood's greatest directors, and almost destroys her marriage. Rich in historical detail, this is the unforgettable saga of men and women struggling against the shifting tides of war and peace.

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Virginia Coffman was born in 1914 in San Francisco. She was a movie and television script writer for Columbia, RKO and other studios before she becoming a novelist. She wrote Lucifer's Cove, a series of romantic occult novels. Titles in the series include Castle at Witches Coven, the Devil's Mistress, the Devil's Virgin, Priestess of the Damned and Chalet of the Devil. She is also considered to be a pioneer in gothic mystery novels. Her other novels include, "Moura," her first novel, "Passion's Rebel," "The High Terrace," and "Black Heather." Coffman also wrote under the pseudonymns Kay Cameron, Victor Cross, Jeanne Duval, Virginia C. Du Vaul, Diana Saunders, and Ann(e) Stanfield. She has written over 109 titles. In 1990, she was named to the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame . She is a member of the Mystery Writers Guild of America.

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