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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Patricia Wentworth

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maggieblue January 2nd, 2010 03:49 PM PST

I've read all Wentworth's book and if you like British mystery, you will reallly enjoy her books. They do not have to be read in order, though it is always most pleasurable to read a series from its beginning. Miss Silver is not overbearing or silly. I'm looking for a photograph of her if you locate one online anywhere...thanks.

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Patricia Wentworth as born in Musoorie, India in 1878 and educated privately, and at the Blackheath High School for Girls in London Her birth name was Dora Amy Elles. She married twice and had one daughter with her second husband, Lt. Col. George Oliver Turnbull, who assisted her in preparing her manuscripts for publication. She had 3 stepsons. After 1920, Wentworth lived in Surrey, and beginning in 1923, produced novels at a steady rate. She died in 1961.

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