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Ethel M. Dell (1881 - 1939) was a British writer of over 30 popular romance novels and several short stories from 1911 to 1939. Her father was a clerk in the City of London, where she lived with an older brother and sister. She began writing while young and had stories in popular publications. Most of her stories were tales of passion set in India and other British colonies. After several years of work and many rejections, her first novel, The Way of an Eagle was published and in four years went through twenty-seven printings. She was savaged by critics but very popular with readers.
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