Everett-Green, Evelyn

Pseudonym is Cecil Adair.

Evelyn Everett-Green (1856-1932)

Miss Everett-Green has long been known and appreciated as a practiced and skilled writer, and while many of her tales are especially suited for girls, they will also be read with profit and interest by adults.—The Religious Tract Society (1908).

Booklist:

  • Alwyn Ravendale
  • Barbara's Brothers
  • Child without a Name (A)
  • College and the Grange (The)
  • Conscience of Robert Trehern (The)
  • Cuthbert Conningsby: A Sequel to Maud Kinglake's Collect
  • Dodo, an Ugly Little Boy; or, Handsome is that Handsome Does
  • Dulcie's Little Brother
  • Dulsie and Tottie: The Story of an Old Fashioned Pair
  • Eversley Secrets (The)
  • Faith of Hilary Lovel (The)
  • Head of the House (The): The Story of a Victory over Passion and Pride
  • Heiress of Wylmington (The)
  • Her Husband's Home; or, The Durleys of Linley Castle
  • His Mother's Book
  • Joint Guardians
  • Lady Temple's Grandchildren
  • Last of the Dacres (The)
  • Lenore Annadale's Story
  • Little Lady Clare
  • Marcus Stratford's Charge; or, Roy's Temptation
  • Mistress of Lydgate Prioy (The): The Story of a Long Life
  • Mr. Hatherley's Boys
  • Our Winne; or, When the Swallows Go
  • Percivals (The)
  • Ruthven of Ruthven
  • Temple's Trial; or, For Life and Death
  • Torwood's Trust: A Novel; 3 volumes
  • True to Himself; or, My Boyhood's Hero
  • Two Enthusiasts
  • Two London Homes; or, Marjorie and Muriel
  • Uncle Roger; or, A Summer of Surprises
  • Vera's Trust: a Tale
  • Winning the Victory; or, Di Pennington's Reward