Definition of Cookson, Dame Catherine in English:

Cookson, Dame Catherine

Syllabification: Cook·son, Dame Catherine
Pronunciation: /ˈko͝oksən
 
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  • (1906–98), English writer; full name Dame Catherine Anne Cookson. A prolific author of light romantic fiction, she is best known for the Mary Ann series (1956–67), the Mallen trilogy (1973–74), and the Tilly Trotter series (1980–82).

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