Cordelia's Corinthian (Zebra Regency Romance). A Zebra Regency Romance. Format:Mass Market Paperback.
Cordelia's Corinthian (Zebra Regency Romance). Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780821779019. Release Date:January 2004. Publisher:Zebra Books.
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Zebra Books is an imprint of Kensington Publishing Corp. As the company's flagship imprint until the late 80s, it currently publishes women's fiction, romantic suspense and bestselling historical, paranormal and contemporary romance. In the past, it was also an iconic publisher of pulp horror, and it also published westerns and humor. Zebra Books was launched in 1975 by Walter Zacharius (1923–2011), who had founded Kensington Publishing the previous year, and Roberta Bender Grossman (1946–1992).