Marie Belloc Lowndes

Marie Belloc Lowndes Marie Adelaide Elizabeth Rayner Lowndes (née Belloc; 5 August 1868 – 14 November 1947), who wrote as Marie Belloc Lowndes, was a prolific English novelist, and sister of author Hilaire Belloc.

Active from 1898 until her death, she had a literary reputation for combining exciting incidents with psychological interest. Three of her works were adapted for the screen: ''The Lodger'' (1913 novel; numerous film adaptations), ''Letty Lynton'' (1931 novel; 1932 film adaptation), and ''The Story of Ivy'' (1927 novel; 1947 film adaptation). Additionally, ''The Lodger'' was adapted as a 1940 radio drama and 1960 opera. Provided by Wikipedia
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