Improbable fiction: the life of Mary Roberts Rinehart
A compelling account of the life of Pennsylvanian writer Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958).& Through the examination of the tension between her seemingly contradictory domestic and professional identities, Jan Cohn illuminates precisely why Rinehart's accomplishments are so remarkable.
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The Doctors Wife 18961907
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