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A Hundred Years of Mills and BoonComedian Lucy Porter celebrates the centenary of the romantic publishing house and explores the reasons for its enduring success. She embarks upon a writing course to find out whether she has what it takes to become a Mills and Boon author.

Contributors include Helen Fielding, Fay Weldon and Roger Sanderson, the publishing house's only male novelist.

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20070927

A Hundred Years of Mills and Boon

Comedian Lucy Porter celebrates the centenary of the romantic publishing house and explores the reasons for its enduring success. She embarks upon a writing course to find out whether she has what it takes to become a Mills and Boon author.

Contributors include Helen Fielding, Fay Weldon and Roger Sanderson, the publishing house's only male novelist.

20080113

A Hundred Years of Mills and Boon

Comedian Lucy Porter celebrates the centenary of the romantic publishing house and explores the reasons for its enduring success. She embarks upon a writing course to find out whether she has what it takes to become a Mills and Boon author.

Contributors include Helen Fielding, Fay Weldon and Roger Sanderson, the publishing house's only male novelist.

*2007092720080113

A Hundred Years of Mills and BoonComedian Lucy Porter celebrates the centenary of the romantic publishing house and explores the reasons for its enduring success. She embarks upon a writing course to find out whether she has what it takes to become a Mills and Boon author.

Contributors include Helen Fielding, Fay Weldon and Roger Sanderson, the publishing house's only male novelist.

*2007092720080113

A Hundred Years of Mills and BoonComedian Lucy Porter celebrates the centenary of the romantic publishing house and explores the reasons for its enduring success. She embarks upon a writing course to find out whether she has what it takes to become a Mills and Boon author.

Contributors include Helen Fielding, Fay Weldon and Roger Sanderson, the publishing house's only male novelist.