Molly Costain Haycraft

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Molly Costain Haycraft (6 December 1911 – 5 June 2005) was a Canadian author. She was born in Toronto, Canada, and spent her childhood in Philadelphia, where her father, the well-known novelist Thomas B. Costain, was an editor for The Saturday Evening Post. She was the author of several novels about women in English royal history. These include The Lady Royal, The Reluctant Queen, and Too Near the Throne. [1] She died in Hightstown, NJ, in 2005


  1. ^ "Goodreads". Retrieved 18 April 2011.