Bertha Jane Grundy

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Bertha Jane Grundy was a novelist born in 1837?; she died on 5 September 1912. She was first married on 26 October 1859 to Andrew Leith Adams. After his death in 1882 she remarried to Rev. Robert Stuart de Courcy Laffan. She was the mother of Francis Adams.

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  • Nancy's Work, 1876
  • Winstowe, 3 vol., 1877
  • Madelon Lemoine, 3 vol., 1879
  • My Land Of Beulah, 3 vol., 1880
  • Aunt Hepsy's Foundling, 3 vol., 1881
  • Cosmo Gordon, 3 vol., 1882
  • Expiated, 1882
  • Lady Deane, 1882
  • Geoffrey Stirling, 3 vol., 1883
  • My Brother Sol, 3 vol., 1883
  • A Song Of Jubilee, 1887
  • Mathilde, a short story in All the Year Round, third series, summer extra, 1889
  • Louis Draycott, 1890; serialised in All the Year Round, third series, vols. 1 and 2, 1889
  • Bonnie Kate, 1891
  • The Peyton Romance, 1892
  • A Garrison Romance, 1892
  • The Cruise Of 'The Tomahawk', 1892
  • Colour Sergeant, No 1 Company, 2 vol., 1894
  • The Old Pastures, 1895
  • The Prince's Feathers, 1899
  • Accessory After The Fact, 1899
  • Cruel Calumny, 1901
  • The Dream Of Her Life, 1902
  • What Hector Had To Say, 1902
  • The Vicar Of Dale End, 1906
  • Poems, 1907
  • Dreams Made Verity, 1910
  • The Story Of The Brotherhood Of Hero Dogs, 1910
  • A Book Of Short Plays And A Memory, 1912

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