All On The Irish Shoreby E. Somerville
Edith Somerville was an early 20th century Irish novelist who wrote in collaboration with her cousin under the pen name Somerville and Ross. Their most popular works were The Real Charlotte, and The Experiences of an Irish R. M., published in 1899. After Martin's death she still used the pen name claiming that they were still spiritually connected when she wrote. Somerville also illustrated children's books and sporting books. She was a suffragist and correspondent. Stories included are The tinker's dog, Fanny Fitz's gamble, The Connemara mare, A grand filly, A nineteenth-century miracle, High tea at McKeown's, The bagman's pony, An Irish problem, The dane's breechin', "Matchbox", and "As i was going to bandon fair".
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