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  • Re: Other Moffitt works?

    Sure! He had a long and good career as an author, although he was never in the big leagues. I enjoyed "Crescent in the Sky" and "A Gathering of Stars",

    jreynolds88 13 hours ago
  • Other Moffitt works?

    Can anyone recommend Moffitt works besides the Baroness series?

    jeffords_tom 21 hours ago
  • Re: baroness casting

    Rachel Nichols seems about perfect to me. 5'10" brunette with incredible eyes, not only good looking but looks like a professional model (not always the same

    jeffords_tom 1 month ago
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Baroness writer Donald Moffitt (pictured in this group page) passed away on December 10, 2014.

The Baroness spy series by Paul Kenyon published by Pocket Books in 1974 and 1975. The series, totaling 8 books, is about the espionage missions of Baroness Penelope St. John-Orsini, a gorgeous supermodel who is also a deadly top secret superspy. She's amazing, resourceful, and all-woman!

All the published Baroness novels were written by Donald Moffitt under the Book Creations, Inc housename "Paul Kenyon":

1. The Ecstasy Connection
2. Diamonds Are for Dying (written first, but published as 2nd book in the series)
3. Death Is a Ruby Light
4. Hard-core Murder
5. Operation Doomsday
6. Sonic Slave
7. Flicker of Doom
8. Black Gold

There are three unpublished Baroness titles:

Death Is a Copycat (French version published as "Photo Phobie")
A Black Hole To Die In
Quicktime Death (written by Robert Vardeman under housename "Paul Kenyon")

In here, you will find a treasure trove of odd bits of info about the series, not found or known elsewhere. Go ahead, add to this treasure trove and discuss what makes the Baroness tick for you!

The Baroness discussion group aims to:

1. Share our fascination for this highly entertainting novels with the reading world.
2. Get the 3 unpublished titles released.
3. Revive the Baroness series (or something similar series) back in circulation.
4. Encourage fan fiction about the Baroness

* Members, please sign online petition to make Baroness novels as ebooks at:

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/baroness/

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