Hedwig Courths-Mahler

right Hedwig Courths-Mahler [he:tviç kurts ma:le''r''], née Ernestine Friederike Elisabeth Mahler (February 18, 1867, Nebra/Unstrut – November 26, 1950, Rottach-Egern, Bavaria) was a German writer of formula fiction romantic novels. She used the pseudonyms Relham, H. Brand, Gonda Haack, Rose Bernd.

To this day, her novels see regular reprints in economic dime novel format by genre fiction publisher Bastei Lübbe, making her the most popular female German writer by number of sold copies. It is estimated that by the time of her death in 1950, 80 million copies of her works had been sold. Throughout the 1970s, five of her novels were adapted as telemovies, made by and shown on Süddeutscher Rundfunk. Provided by Wikipedia
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