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Patricia Denise Robins Clark[1]
Born Patricia Denise Robins
1 February 1921(1921-02-01)
Hove, Sussex, England
Died 4 December 2016(2016-12-04) (aged 95)
Kent, England
Pen name Patricia Robins,
Claire Lorrimer,
Susan Patrick[1]
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Genres romance, gothic
Spouse(s) Donald Clark
Children 3
Relative(s) Denise Robins (mother),
K. C. Groom (grandmother),
Adrian Bernard Klein (uncle)

Patricia Robins (1 February 1921 – 4 December 2016) was an English romance novelist. She was also known as Claire Lorrimer. She also served as Women's Auxiliary Air Force officer during World War II tracking Nazi bombers.

Her mother was Denise Robins, the popular romance novelist. Her maternal grandmother was the also writer K. C. Groom. Her maternal grandfather was Herman Klein, a musician.

Robins was born in Hove, Sussex, England. She died at her home in rural Kent, England from complication of a fall on 3 December 2016, aged 95.


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