Edith Mary Moore entry: Overview screen.
16 September 1871
Edith Mary Croucher (later EMM) was born, probably in Edmonton
in North London, where her birth was registered.
By mid-January 1909
EMM began her career by issuing through Cassell and Co.
a novel which sold for six shillings: The Lure of Eve
(with a coloured frontispiece/dustjacker by J. E. Sutcliffe).
By early March 1935
EMM, calling herself by only part of her name, 'Mary Moore', appears to have published The Defeat of Woman
, an 87-page non-fictional treatise on women and society.