Margaret Moyes Black

Margaret Moyes Black (pseudonym, M.B. Fife; 1853–1935) was a Scottish novelist and biographer. She was born on 27 April 1853 in the parish of Scoonie, Fife. Her father was William Black, a shipmaster, and her mother was Margaret Moyes Deas. She wrote her first novel, ''In Glenoran'', under the pseudonym of M.B. Fife. Of the volume on Robert Louis Stevenson, in the ''Famous Scots Series'', Black stated in her preface that it is, "only a reminiscence and an appreciation by one who, in the old days between 1869 and 1880, knew him and his home circle well." She was unmarried and died on 16 October 1935 at Montrose, Angus. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Black, Margaret Moyes
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