L. T. Meade
Standard Name: Meade, L. T.
Birth Name: Elizabeth Thomasina Meade
Self-constructed Name: L. T. Meade
Married Name: Elizabeth Thomasina Smith
London. also founded and edited a periodical for girls, and wrote both long and short fiction for adults.was phenomenal in her output and prided herself on her professionalism. Among her nearly 280 titles (published in the later nineteenth century), most are novels or stories for girls and young women. Others, however (a good many of them written with male collaborators), are mystery or detective stories (some with a touch of the supernatural), or tales of doctors and hospitals in the grindingly poor parts of
Meade, L. T., and H. Ludlow. A Sweet Girl-Graduate. Cassell, 1891.
Meade, L. T., and Mary Ellen Edwards. A World of Girls. Cassell, 1886, p. v, 288 pp.
Meade, L. T. Ashton-Morton; or, Memories of My Life. T. C. Newby, 1866.
Meade, L. T., editor. Atalanta. Hatchard’s.
Meade, L. T. Great St. Benedict’s. John F. Shaw, 1877.
Meade, L. T. Scamp and I. John F. Shaw, 1877.
Meade, L. T. The Girls of St. Wode’s. W. and R. Chambers, 1898.
Meade, L. T., and Edgar Beaumont. The Medicine Lady. Cassell, 1892.
Meade, L. T., and Edgar Beaumont. This Troublesome World. E. Arnold, 1893.
Meade, L. T., and Sir Robert K. Douglas. Under the Dragon Throne. Gardner, Darton, 1897.