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Known for her dramatic love epics with vivid characterizations Belva Plain first entranced readers back in 1979 with the made-for-miniseries romance, Evergreen.

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Fact File

Name:
Belva Plain
Current Home:
New Jersey
Date of Birth:
1919
Place of Birth:
New York, New York
Education:
B.A., Barnard College





Plain's Latest

Selected Works

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								Red Leaves, Author: 
								Belva Plain.

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Red Leaves
by Belva Plain
In Plain's latest poignant novel, Jean lovingly raises the daughter of a deceased friend, but they become estranged in adulthood -- until the young woman has a child of her own.
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								Her Father's House, Author: 
								Belva Plain.
*  Random Winds (1981)
*  Tapestry (1988)
*  Blessings (1989)
*  Treasures (1992)
*  Fortune's Hand (1999)
*  Her Father's House (2002)
*  The Sight of the Stars (2003)
*  Red Leaves (2005)

*  See the Belva Plain chronology


The Best Book to Read First

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								Evergreen, Author: 
								Belva Plain.

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Evergreen
by Belva Plain
Plain's classic saga of love and dreams told via the story of Anna Friedman transfixed fans, who couldn't put down the dramatic epic of a woman and her family touched by war and a tragic, forbidden love. Evergreen sat atop The New York Times bestseller list for 41 weeks, and even aired as a mega-popular NBC miniseries.