|Title:||Monsieur Seeks A Wife|
|Publisher:||Famous Fantastic Mysteries|
Lovely as the springtime, in the deep mysterious forest of the ancient Juras, they waited the arrival of the unsuspecting bridegroom. Three sisters—one offering life, one bitter frustration, and one strange and unearthly death....--intro. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Irwin, Margaret
Margaret Irwin (1889-1967) was an English writer of historical romance novels. Born in London and educated at Oxford, she married artist John Monsell in 1929. At the time her writing, her novels were quite popular, based primarily in the historical period of Tudor and Stuart England. Nominally centred on female heroines, she was much better at portraying dashing male figures. While her character description and development was strong, her description of events of the time were often muddled and weak which may account for the fact that her work has not stood the test of time. (Twentieth-century romance and historical writers)
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