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E. M. Hull *

a.k.a. Edith Maude (nee) Henderson Winstanley

Author Code: EEMH

Born: Aug. 16, 1880 - Hampstead, London, England

Died: Feb. 11, 1947 - Hazlewood, Derbyshire, England

Apart from her parentage, little is known of Hull's early life. She married Percy Winstanley and settled on a farm in Derbyshire. While her husband was taking part in the First World War, Hull wrote her first, and doubtlessly most successful, novel in The Sheik (1919). The book was a phenomenal success and led to the Hollywood film that gave Rudolph Valentino his greatest role. In 1921, the book was on the best-seller list. Thereafter, she traveled widely in America, Europe and India. Hull continued to produce a number of novels along the same line as The Sheik, but none achieved its level of success. During the Second World War, Hull served as a colonel in the army and chief commander of the Auxiliary Territorial Service in Leicester and was subsequently awarded an OBE. She published her last novel, The Forest of Terrible Things, in 1939 and died at her home eight years later. Recently, her novels have experienced a revival. Her other works include The Shadow of the East (1921), The Desert Healer (1923), Sons of the Sheik (1925), Camping in the Sahara (1926), The Lion Tamer (1928) and The Captive of Sahara (1932).

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EEMH001 The Shadow of the East 1921 133 754k eBook Download PDF - 'The Shadow of the East' (EEMH001) Find a printed copy of The Shadow of the East by E. M. Hull * at AbeBooks
EEMH002 The Sheik 1919 115 617k eBook Download PDF - 'The Sheik' (EEMH002) Find a printed copy of The Sheik by E. M. Hull * at AbeBooks

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