Eva Mary Hamilton (1878-1959) was born in Canada but wrote several novels set in British India. She lived with her husband, Lt. Col. George Henry Bell, until his death in 1916 aged 47 y, while serving in the Army in India. She was particularly concerned for Indian soldiers held in German P.O.W. camps during World War II.
This novel is not listed in British libraries under the name Travers, but under the name Mrs Bell or Mrs G.H. Bell, which you would have to know to be able to find it. Only Cambridge University Library lists it under the name Travers.
Bibliography code: HOD-16.14
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages: vi, 273
Binding: Brown cloth with title and author in box impressed in black at top with decorations of vases of flowers on either side. Title, author and publisher in black on spine
Size: 181 x 135 mm
Dust jacket: signed Blampied, to left of h of happiness
Internal illustrations: none
Price: not known
Printing history: none stated
Printed by: not known
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