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G.B. Lancaster (1873–1945)

Edith Joan Lyttelton, who wrote under the pseudonym G. B. Lancaster, was at one time New Zealand's most successful author. She was born at Clyne Vale, a sheep station not far from Campbell Town in Tasmania, a daughter of Westcote McNab Lyttleton and Emily Wood. Around 1879 her father, who had managed Clyne Vale, moved his family to New Zealand ... See full bio »


(age 71) in London, England, UK

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Bred in Old Kentucky
The Little Irish Girl
The Altar Stairs
The Eternal Struggle


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 1926 Bred in Old Kentucky (story)
 1926 The Little Irish Girl (story "The Grifters")
 1923 The Eternal Struggle (novel "The Law-Bringers")
 1922 The Altar Stairs (story)
 1919 Rider of the Law (writer)

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Keron Hale

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