Victoria Holt Message Board

karen posts on 10/31/2009 1:55:32 AM I would liketo help but as far as I know there is no heroine in any victoria holt's books named Katie Spring.Unless the name comes from one of her books under her psudo's Jean Plaidy or Phillipa Carr.There is a character in one of her books named Chantel Spring, from the book The Secret Woman.The herione was Anna Brett and Chantel came into the story as a nurse to Anna's antique collecting aunt. And Chantel remains a prominent figure throughout the book. By the way, I love all her books but my favorite is The King of the Castle.
Pat posts on 9/10/2009 6:11:38 PM I also love VH. My favorite is also Mistress of Mellyn with King of the Castle coming a close second. I often wonder what her spouse looked like since her heroes usually tended to be tall and thin.
RCB posts on 9/2/2009 12:25:25 PM Here's a question I need an answer to that I can't find. My wife, Katie Spring, was named after a Victoria Holt novel. I would like to purchase this for her. However, i have no idea what book it is. Asking her would ruin the surprise and she doesnt know anyways. Please help me.

Mary posts on 7/4/2009 5:43:05 AM I just read "the time of the hunter´s moon"...and found it one of the worse book i ever read, i thought it away to the garbage. I understant now why you can find it for less than 1€ in internet. Don´t read it! it´s a waste of time!
Teresa posts on 6/24/2009 11:11:32 PM VH is my fave author too! I've read so many of her books and some of almost all of her other pen names that i'm having trouble locating any that I haven't read. I'm not saying I've read them all, I'm just saying I'm having trouble finding some "new" to me books. Sometimes, invariably, I end up w/ other authors b/c I've got read something..good. So sometimes it's Jane Austin and I actually just started a book by Norah Lofts. Her writing is clean and vividly portrayed too! I'm reading The Lost Queen now and really like it!
nahalie posts on 5/20/2009 8:20:39 PM love, love this book it was my 1st read of a novel of any kind [ i was 13]. it st the tone for my life as a reader and love.
riri posts on 4/23/2009 3:25:02 AM I love Mistress of Mellyn, I discovered it as a young teenager in an old Reader's Digest book of my grandma. I thought, I hope my life is that adventurous and romantic when I grow up! And it is!
Amanda posts on 4/16/2009 4:25:37 PM I'm so excited to see that there are others who love VH as much as I do.
sha posts on 2/19/2009 7:24:50 AM Hi! I'm Shasha from the Philippines. I've been reading Holt's books since 2002 and eversince i've been a fan. And also i've been a collector too. i also love her books under the names Philippa Carr and Jean Plaidy. Some of my favorite stories are The House of a Thousand Lanterns(the very first novel i read by VH), On The Night of the Seventh Moon. And Saraband for Two Sisters,The Black Swan by philippa Carr.
vicki posts on 2/7/2009 12:03:49 PM I love Victoria Holt and have read and reread all of her books. In fact, have a copy of all of her books. I just learned there is a book I haven't read called Remember, remember. Does anyone know where I can locate a copy?
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