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Cores, Lucy Michaella, 1914-.
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Lucy Michaella Cores Kortchmar (January 14, 1912 – August 6, 2003) was a Russian-American novelist. Born in Moscow, Cores was the daughter of violist Michael Cores and the niece of violinist Alexander Cores. Her family fled the Russian Revolution and arrived in the United States in 1921. She attended the Ethical Culture School and Barnard College. In 1942, she married Emil Kortchmar, a screw machine parts manufacturer. They had two children, Michael and Daniel.
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Lucy Michaella Cores Kortchmar (January 14, 1912 – August 6, 2003) was a. .The Year of December (1974) was about Claire Clairmont's time in Russia. Born in Moscow, Cores was the daughter of violist Michael Cores and the niece of violinist Alexander Cores Cores wrote a number of romance and historical novels. Destiny's Passion (1978) and Fatal Passion (1989) were historical novels set during the British Regency.
The Year of December (1974) was about Claire Clairmont"s time in Russia. Destiny"s Passion (1978) and Fatal Passion (1989) were historical novels set during the British Regency. Cores also wrote science fiction. The story, "Hail to the Chief", features a President Richard Nixon unhindered by Watergate who remains in office until 1994.
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