Her novel, "Lady Audley's Secret," was adapted to a stage production at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois and was awarded the 1971 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Production-Play.
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A radical all her life, she was the daughter of Henry Braddon and Fanny White Braddon; her father was financially irresponsible and unfaithful. Her sister was 11 years older than her and her brother six years older. She received home schooling for the most part, and at age 19 acted on stage under the name Mary Seyton.