Anna Maynard Barbour, Collection by Anna Maynard Barbour

Anna Maynard Barbour, Collection

byAnna Maynard Barbour

Kobo ebook | June 2, 2014

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Anna Maynard Barbour (died May 10, 1941) was an American author of best-selling fiction. A 1903 article in the The Atlantic Monthly stated that "A. Maynard Barbour has been generally hailed as the most successful of American writers of mystery.”

Anna Barbour was born in Mansfield, New York in the 19th century to Fayette Barbour and Jane E. Cutler. Her parents died when she was young. During the late 19th century, she lived in Helena, Montana where she worked for the U. S. Government. She married an English gentleman in 1893, and her husband reportedly encouraged her writing career. In 1907 she became an Episcopal deaconess at the House of Mercy in Boston and subsequently worked in Boston and Tennessee.


In this ebook:

That Mainwaring Affair

At the Time Appointed

The Award of Justice, Told in the Rockies

Title:Anna Maynard Barbour, CollectionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 2, 2014Publisher:SURLanguage:English

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