by Dorothy ClewesBorn in 1907, in Nottingham, Dorothy Mary Parkin was the daughter of Frank and Annie Gertrude Parkin. She was educated privately, studied pharmaceutics at the University of Nottingham, and worked for a doctor for nine years. She was married in 1932 to Winston Clewes. Her first book, The Rivals of Maidenhurst, was written when she was seventeen, and published under her maiden name, Dorothy M. Parkin. She went on to write many animal and adventure stories, published under her married name, Dorothy Clewes.
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