Anne Worboys (1920–2007)

Author of A Kingdom for the Bold = Aurora Rose

Includes the names: Annette Eyre, Anne Worboys, Vicky Maxwell, Anne Eyre Worboys

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Anne Worboys also writes under the name of Anne Eyre Worboys, Annette Eyre and Vicky Maxwell

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Annette Isobel Eyre was born on 1920 in Auckland, New Zealand, daughter of Agnes Helen (Blair) and Thomas Edwardes Eyre. Before married, she served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force, from 1942 to 1945. On 20 September 1946, she married Walter Brindy Worboys, and had two daughters, Carolyn and Robin. She wrote romance and suspense novels from 1961 to 1999, under the pennames of Anne Eyre Worboys, Annette Eyre, Vicky Maxwell and Anne Worboys. She won the Mary Elgin Award in 1975, and in 1977 by her novel "Every Man A King" the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association. Living in UK, Annette Isobel Eyre Worboys died on June 2007 in Leigh, Kent, England.
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Anne Worboys also writes under the name of Anne Eyre Worboys, Annette Eyre and Vicky Maxwell

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