Emma Drummond

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Emma Drummond (born 1931) is a British writer, who sometimes writes under the pen name Elizabeth Darrell.


Drummond was born in a Military Hospital, as her father was a member of the British Army. She spent her early childhood in Hong Kong, where her father was stationed. She eventually married a senior British Civil Servant. Her employment was as a WRAC (Women's Royal Army Corps).


  • At the Going Down of the Sun
  • And in the Morning
  • We Will Remember
  • Scarlet Shadows
  • The Burning Land
  • The Rice Dragon
  • Beyond All frontiers
  • Forget The Glory
  • Some Far Elusive Dawn
  • That Sweet and Savage Land
  • A Question of Honour
  • A Distant hero
  • Act of Valour
  • The Savage Sky[1]


  1. ^ Bibliographical detail taken from The Savage Sky published by Simon & Schuster (UK) 1997 with ISBN of 0-684 81984 8