By late August 1930
GHS's best-known novel appeared: Mrs. Fischer's War
, about an experience which she herself had endured, of prejudice and rejection by her own society as the Other, as allegedly alien and unpatriotic.
A little book of reminiscences by GHS, Go as You Please. Memories of People and Places
, appeared posthumously, under the name of 'Henrietta Leslie', in the year that she died.