?-?; b. and resided Co. Antrim; author of romances, For Three Moons
(1900) , DearLove [q.d.] , A Shepherd of the Stars (1907),
and Love, The Atonement (1902 [2nd edn.]). IF
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For Three Moons (London: Digby, Long & Co. 1900), 315pp.; Dearlove:
The History of Her Summers Makebelieve (London: Hodder & Stoughton
1906), viii, 379pp.; 8o. A Shepherd of the Stars (London: Hodder
& Stoughton 1907), xiii, 306pp.
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Stephen Brown, Ireland in Fiction: A Guide to Irish Novels,
Tales, Romances and Folklore [Pt. I] (Dublin: Maunsel 1919), appraises Love, The Atonement [2nd edn.] (1902) as a pretty and highly
idealised romance with moral lessons on marriage ... mostly set in Australia.
COPAC lists Two Queenslanders
and their Friends (London: Alexander Moring 1904), 284pp.; A Pillar
of Dust (Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith 1905), 410pp.; also Frances Mary
Campbell, The Dragon-on-the-Wheel, and other poems (London: Cecil
Palmer 1931), xii, 111pp., with pls.; Friday Afternoon Stories
[Story-Time Books] (London: T. Nelson & Sons [1935; 1939), 192pp. [3 pts.],
ill., and several works by Frances Elizabeth Campbell (fl.1950) and Frances
Campbell Sparhawk (fl.1970).