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Keri Arthur is a writer of fantasy, horror fiction, and romance novels from Melbourne, Australia. She began writing at the age of twelve and has finished twenty-six novels as of July 2012. Her books have received many nominations and prizes, including nods from the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards and PNR's PEARL Awards. She is known mainly for her paranormal romance novels such as Full Moon Rising and Kissing Sin. She has one daughter."Author Spotlight: Keri Arthur". The Bantam Dell Publishing Group. Bantam. 24 September 2007

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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2016 , ©2016
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2014 , ©2014
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2017 , ©2017
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2017 , ©2017
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2016 , ©2016
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2013 , ©2013
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2009, c2004
 
 
by Arthur, Keri
New York : Bantam Dell, 2007
 
 
by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2015 , ©2015
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by Arthur, Keri
New York : Bantam Dell, 2007
 
 
by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2014 , ©2014
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by Arthur, Keri
London : Piatkus, 2009, c2004
 
 
 
by Arthur, Keri
[Kilmore, Victoria] : [KA Publishing Pty Ltd], [2017] , ©2017
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
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