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Louise Brown

Louise Brown (1877-1955) was an Australian writer. She was born Annie Louise Gordon, daughter of John Hannah Gordon (1850-1923), a Scottish-Australian politician and judge. Her first husband, James Robert Anderson, who was Attorney General of South Australia, died in 1913. In 1915 she married Dr. Edgar Jabez Brown (1876-1954). This book was reviewed in The Advertiser, Adelaide, on 26th May 1917. This is the only novel I can find written by Louise Brown.

  First edition

Bibliography code: HOD-17.2

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton

Series: none

Year: 1917

Format: 8vo

Pages: 283

Binding: Green cloth with title and author on base of cover. Silhouette of man in black with arm outstretched holding a white scroll in his hand above. Row of white houses across top. Title, author and publisher in black on spine.

Size: 182 x 132 mm

Dust jacket: signed Blampied, underneath skirt of women

Internal illustrations: none

Price: 5 shillings

Printing history: none stated but a second edition is reported

Printed by: not known

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