AALBORG, Gordon




Author Tags: Romance

Using the pen name Victoria Gordon, novelist Gordon Aalborg has published more than 20 romance titles since 1980. "Early in my career," he says, "I officially did not exist, except by pseudonym." Aalborg is a sculptor in wood and founding president of the Tasmanian Gundog Trial Association, having introduced that sport to Tasmania. An avid outdoorsman, he married American-born mystery novelist Denise Dietz at a writers conference in Vancouver. They live in Sidney, B.C. arriving from Australia in 2000. Born in Edmonton on February 5, 1942, Gordon Aalborg has also been a journalist, photographer and columnist for the Edmonton Journal (1962-73) and a freelance print, radio and television journalist in Australia (1973-2000). Written under Aalborg's real name, Cat Tracks is an adventure novel set near Canberra, Australia. It's the story of a feral cat, as seen through the cat's eyes and through those of an old bushman. Feline struggle for survival and interplay with humans constitute an ongoing drama.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

The Specialist (Five Star Mysteries, 2004) 1-59414-261-0

Finding Bess [as Victoria Gordon] (Five Star Expressions, 2004) ISBN 1-59414-101-0

Sunset Woman [as Victoria Gordon], Betancourt & Co. 2003 Wildside Press 1-59224-939-6

Cat Tracks. Delphi Books. 2002. ISBN 0-9663397-6-2

Harlequin/Mills & Boon category romances [as Victoria Gordon]

Age of Consent
Always the Boss
An Irresistible Flirtation
Arafura Pirate
Battle of Wills
Beguiled and Bedazzled
Blind Man's Buff
Bushranger's Mountain
Cyclone Season
Dinner at Wyatt's
Dream House
The Everywhere Man
Forest Fever
Gift Wrapped
Love Thy Neighbour
A Magical Affair
Stag at Bay
The Sugar Dragon
A Taxing Affair
Wolf at the Door

See also: Denise Dietz

[BCBW 2003] "Romance"