E. M. Weale

E.M. (Edith Maude) Weale was a British historical novelist, born in 1862 and died in 1917. She is best known for her historical fiction novels, many of which were set in medieval Europe. Weale’s novels often featured strong female protagonists and were praised for their attention to historical detail and vivid storytelling.

One of her most well-known works is “The House of the Wolf: A Romance,” published in 1890. This novel is set in the 15th century and follows the story of a young woman named Edith who becomes entangled in the politics and intrigue of the English court during the War of the Roses.

Weale’s other works include “The Heart of the Forest,” “Mrs. Fitzherbert,” and “The Mermaid.” While she was not as widely recognised as some of her contemporaries, Weale’s novels continue to be appreciated by fans of historical fiction for their rich historical settings and compelling characters.