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Janet Dailey (II) (1944–2013)

Janet Dailey was born on May 21, 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa, USA as Janet Ann Haradon. She was a writer, known for Foxfire Light (1982), When a Spider Bites (1993) and Hour Magazine (1980). She was married to Bill Dailey. She died on December 14, 2013 in Branson, Missouri, USA. See full bio »

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Foxfire Light
Foxfire Light Writer
When a Spider Bites
Hour Magazine
Hour Magazine Herself


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 1993 When a Spider Bites (Video) (novel "Ride the Thunder") / (screenplay advisor)
 1982 Foxfire Light (written by)
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 1981 Hour Magazine (TV Series)
- Episode dated 25 September 1981 (1981) ... Herself

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She was a popular romance novelist. Her books include the "Calder" novels, and her Americana series - 50 books, one set in each state of the US. Her works have been translated into 19 languages. See more »

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