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Emilie Loring


(Emilie Baker Loring)
USA flag (1864 - 1951)

Emilie Loring was a prolific American romance novelist of the 20th century. She began writing in 1914 at the age of 50 and continued until her death after a long illness in 1951. After her death, her estate was managed by her sons, Selden M. and Robert M. Loring, who, based on a wealth of unfinished material they discovered, published twenty more books under her name until 1972. These books were ghost-written by Elinore Denniston.

Genres: Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance, Romance
 
Novels
   The Trail of Conflict (1922)
   Here Comes the Sun (1924)
   A Certain Crossroad (1925)
   The Solitary Horseman (1927)
   Gay Courage (1928)
   Swift Water (1929)
   Lighted Windows (1930)
   Fair Tomorrow (1931)
   Uncharted Seas (1932)
   Hilltops Clear (1933)
   We Ride the Gale! (1934)
   With Banners (1934)
   It's A Great World! (1935)
   Give Me One Summer (1936)
   As Long As I Live (1937)
   High of Heart (1938)
   Today Is Yours (1938)
   Across The Years (1939)
   Behind the Cloud (1940)
   Look to the Stars (1940)
     aka Scott Pelham's Princess
   There Is Always Love (1940)
   Stars in Your Eyes (1941)
   Where Beauty Dwells (1941)
   Rainbow at Dusk (1942)
   When Hearts Are Light Again (1943)
   Keepers of the Faith (1944)
   Beyond the Sound of Guns (1945)
   Bright Skies (1946)
   Beckoning Trails (1947)
   I Hear Adventure Calling (1948)
   Love Came Laughing by (1949)
   To Love and to Honor (1951)
   For All Your Life (1952)
   My Dearest Love (1954)
   I Take This Man (1955)
   The Shadow of Suspicion (1955)
   With This Ring (1955)
   What Then Is Love (1956)
   How Can the Heart Forget? (1960)
   Throw Wide the Door (1962)
   Follow Your Heart (1963)
   A Candle in Her Heart (1964)
   Forever and a Day (1965)
   Spring Always Comes (1966)
   A Key to Many Doors (1967)
   In Times Like These (1968)
   Love with Honor (1969)
   No Time for Love (1970)
   Forsaking All Others (1972)
   The Shining Years (1972)
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