Prisoners

Mary Cholmondeley (8 June 1859 – 15 July 1925) was an English novelist. Her best-selling novel is  Red Pottage : in this work the writer narrates the love affair and...

Notwithstanding

“Annette leaned against the low parapet and looked steadfastly at the water, so steadfastly that all the brilliant, newly-washed, tree-besprinkled city of Paris, lying...

Sir Charles Danvers

"Sir Charles Danvers" is a romance. The plot is engrossing, with a pace that keeps the reader interested from start to finish. intrigue, complications and connections...

Moth And Rust

Novelist Mary Cholmondeley (1859-1925) established her place in English letters at the turn of the last century with her wittily satiric novels of middle-class life. Easthope, an...

The Lowest Rung

Novelist Mary Cholmondeley (1859-1925), author of Red Pottage and Diana Tempest, writes of escaped criminals, desperate thieves, and the mysteries of a seemingly loving family, in...

Red Pottage

Mary Cholmondeley (8 June 1859 – 15 July 1925) was an English novelist. Her best-selling novel, Red Pottage, satirised religious hypocrisy and the narrowness of country...

A Devotee

Mary Cholmondeley was born at Hodnet near Market Drayton in Shropshire, the third of eight children of Rev Richard Hugh Cholmondeley (1827–1910) and his wife Emily Beaumont...

Diana Tempest

Mary Cholmondeley (8 June 1859 – 15 July 1925) was an English novelist. Her best-selling novel, Red Pottage, satirised religious hypocrisy and the narrowness of country...

The Danvers Jewels

The Danvers Jewels , by Mary Cholmondeley. This novel, first published anonymously, was so cleverly told that it excited much interest in the unknown author. In ‘The Danvers...

St. Luke's Summer

Mary Cholmondeley (8 June 1859 – 15 July 1925) was an English novelist. Her best-selling novel, Red Pottage, satirised religious hypocrisy and the narrowness of country life.