LOVETT CAMERON, Emily. 19664



Autograph Letter Signed, returning a signed agreement, adding “I shall probably be able to commence writing the story at Easter”. A good one page example 7 x 4 inches. 35 Montpelier Square, 25 January 1890. Uncommon. Mrs. Lovett Cameron or Caroline “Emily” Sharp (1844 – 1921), romantic fiction author. She wrote more than fourteen three volume novels. Her brother-in-law was Verney Lovett Cameron, the explorer. She was known as “Emily” but wrote under the name of “Mrs. Lovett Cameron”. In 1891 she contributed a chapter to the unusual novel The Fate of Fenella, a three-volume novel created without discussion by twelve male and twelve female writers, including Bram Stoker and Arthur Conan Doyle.