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Hallie Erminie Rives

a.k.a. Mrs. Post Wheeler

Author Code: AHER

Born: May 2, 1874 - Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA

Died: Aug. 16, 1956 - New York City, New York, USA

Rives began writing as a child growing up in Kentucky and finished her first novel when she was only eight years old. In 1892, she published The Singing Wires and Other Stories which was well received. Rives' father had been a Confederate soldier who rose to the rank of colonel in the Civil War and much of her subsequent work dealt with issues of the South.After the death of her mother in 1896, she moved to Virginia with her father. The following year she published the highly controversial Smoking Flax which dealt with lynching in the South. In 1906, she married George Post Wheeler, a career diplomat and fellow writer. In 1907, she reached the best seller list with the publication of Satan Sanderson. Rives had two further best-sellers in The Kingdom of Slender Swords (1910) and The Valiants of Virginia (1913). Rives accompanied her husband to his foreign postings throughout his career in the diplomatic corps and they even collaborated on The Dome of Many-Colored Glass in 1952. Her other works include A Fool in Spots (1894), As the Hart Panteth (1898), Furnace of Earth (1900), Hearts Courageous (1902), Castaway (1904), In the Wake of War (1905), Long Lane's Turning (1917), Complete Book of Etiquette (1926), Magic Man (1927), Golden Barrier (1934) and The John Book (1947).

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AHER003 In the Wake of War 1905 5 91k eBook Download PDF - 'In the Wake of War' (AHER003) Find a printed copy of In the Wake of War by Hallie Erminie Rives at AbeBooks
AHER002 Satan Sanderson 1907 143 672k eBook Download PDF - 'Satan Sanderson' (AHER002) Find a printed copy of Satan Sanderson by Hallie Erminie Rives at AbeBooks
AHER001 The Valiants of Virginia 1912 166 732k eBook Download PDF - 'The Valiants of Virginia' (AHER001) Find a printed copy of The Valiants of Virginia by Hallie Erminie Rives at AbeBooks

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