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Mary Stewart


UK flag (1916 - 2014)

Mary Stewart, one of our most popular novelists, was born in Sunderland, County Durham and lives in the West Highlands. Her first novel, MADAM, WILL YOU TALK? was published in 1955 and marked the beginning of a long and acclaimed writing career. All her novels have been bestsellers on both sides of the Atlantic. Her book for younger readers, THE LITTLE BROOMSTICK, LUDO AND THE STAR HORSE, and A WALK IN WOLF WOOD, quickly met with the success of her other novels. In 1971 she was awarded the International PEN Association's Frederick Niven Prize for THE CRYSTAL CAVE, and in 1974 the Scottish Arts Council Award for LUDO AND THE STAR HORSE.
 

Genres: Fantasy, Romantic Suspense, Children's Fiction, Mystery
 
Series
Arthurian Saga
   1. The Crystal Cave (1970)
   2. The Hollow Hills (1973)
   3. The Last Enchantment (1979)
   4. The Wicked Day (1983)
   5. The Prince and the Pilgrim (1995)
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Novels
   Madam, Will You Talk? (1955)
   Wildfire at Midnight (1956)
   Thunder on the Right (1957)
   Nine Coaches Waiting (1958)
   My Brother Michael (1959)
   The Ivy Tree (1961)
   The MoonSpinners (1962)
   This Rough Magic (1964)
   Airs Above the Ground (1965)
   The Gabriel Hounds (1967)
   The Little Broomstick (1971)
   Ludo and the Star Horse (1974)
   Touch Not the Cat (1976)
   A Walk in Wolf Wood (1980)
   Thornyhold (1988)
   The Stormy Petrel (1991)
   Rose Cottage (1997)
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Collections
   The Wind Off The Small Isles (1968)
   Frost on the Window (poems) (1990)
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Omnibus editions
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Mary Stewart recommends
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The Way Home (2002)
(Perthshire Cycle, book 6)
Alexandra Raife
"A real find... the genuine storyteller's flair."
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Winterwood (1967)
Dorothy Eden
"For anyone who loves stories of suspense and romance, I would recommend Dorothy Eden."

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