Grace S. Richmond

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Grace S. Richmond (Pawtucket, Rhode Island, 1866 – 1959) was an American writer. She wrote the "Red Pepper Burns" series of popular novels. Her father was a Baptist clergyman, Charles Edward Smith.[1]

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  • A Court of Inquiry
  • The Indifference of Juliet
  • Mrs. Red Pepper (1913)
  • Red Pepper Burns (1910)
  • Round the Corner in Gay Street (1908)
  • Strawberry Acres (1911)
  • Twenty-fourth of June (1914)
  • Under the Country Sky
  • With Juliet in England
  • The Brown Study (1919)
  • Red Pepper's Patients (1917)
  • Brotherly House
  • A Cost of Inquiry
  • On Christmas Day in the Evening
  • On Christmas day in the Morning (1908)
  • The Second Violin (1906)
  • Red of the Redfields (1924)
  • Foursquare (1922)
  • Cherry Square: A Neighbourly Novel (1926)

References[edit]

  1. ^ The women who make our novels Page 270 Grant Martin Overton - 1928 "As a clergyman's daughter and a physician's wife, the suggestions for Redfield Pepper Burns and Robert McPherson Black must have come very naturally to her. These two — the generous, red-haired, impulsive and humane doctor and the ..."

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