After the death of Ethel M. M. McKenna
(editor of The Woman's Library, 1903), CD
became the closest woman friend of the novelist Hugh Walpole
Lowndes, Marie Belloc. The Merry Wives of Westminster. Macmillan, 1946.
Marie Belloc Lowndes
conceived the idea for this plot at a dinner party, hearing a fellow guest speak of a pair of lodging-house keepers who believed that the Ripper had stayed a night with them. She wrote...
In addition to joining the crowd of authors of Fenella, and twice producing novels in more ordinary paired collaborations, MC
joined with her sister Caroline Shaw
to produce a chapter on Furniture and Decoration...
Ethel M. M. McKenna
edited The Woman's Library in six volumes of advice to girls and their parents about various professions and occupations.