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Know as the "Grande Dame of Modern Women’s Literature," Barbara Taylor Bradford published her first best-selling novel, "A Woman of Substance," 25 years ago. She talks about her career and why in her latest book she decided to continue the saga of the Harte family.
- Barbara Taylor Bradford Best-selling author of 19 novels.
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