by Mary K. HarrisBorn in 1905 in Harlow, Middlesex, Mary Kathleen Harris was the daughter of Roland Edward Harris, and his wife Mary Mackey. She was educated at Harrow County School for Girls, from 1915-22, but did not pursue a higher education, caring for her ailing mother instead. Following her mother's example, Harris converted to Catholicism sometime shortly before the onset of WWII. They settled in Watford after the war, and Harris lived there until her death from throat cancer, in 1966.
Beginning in 1941, with the publication of Gretel at St. Bride's, Harris began to publish her children's books - approximately sixteen in number - some of them school stories, some girls' adventure stories, and some religious in nature.
|Title||Henrietta of St. Hilary's|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|Author||Mary K. Harris|
|File size||3.3 Mb|
|Book rating||4.25 (4 votes)