Lucille Iremonger

Standard Name: Iremonger, Lucille
Birth Name: Lucille Parks
Married Name: Lucille Iremonger
LI published articles in periodicals, an exotic cookery book, travel and autobiographical works, novels, an anthology, and in particular historical biographies and studies of psychology. Having grown up in Jamaica, she sometimes wrote about the Caribbean, but from the time she settled in England late in the Second World War her work became more and more English in flavour.


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Iremonger, Lucille. And His Charming Lady. Secker and Warburg, 1961.
Iremonger, Lucille. Creole. Hutchinson, 1950.
Iremonger, Lucille. How Do I Love Thee. M. Joseph, 1976.
Iremonger, Lucille. It’s a Bigger Life. Hutchinson, 1948.
Iremonger, Lucille. Lord Aberdeen. Collins, 1978.
Iremonger, Lucille. Orphans of the Heart. Secker and Warburg, 1984.
Iremonger, Lucille. Our Daily Bread and Fifty Recipes in Gilbertese, Ellice, and English. Government Press, 1941.
Iremonger, Lucille. The Cannibals. Hammond, Hammond, 1952.
Iremonger, Lucille. The Fiery Chariot. Secker and Warburg, 1970.
Iremonger, Lucille. The Ghosts of Versailles. Faber and Faber, 1957.
Iremonger, Lucille. The Young Traveller in the West Indies. Phoenix House, 1955.
Iremonger, Lucille, and Michael Ross. West Indian Folk-Tales. Harrap, 1956.
Iremonger, Lucille. Yes, My Darling Daughter. Secker and Warburg, 1964.