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Lady Eleanor Smith (1902–1945)

Author of The Man in Grey

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Full name Lady Eleanor Furneaux Smith (daughter of the F.E. Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead). She traveled Europe working with circuses and exploring Romany folklore, both of which provided material for her novels and short stories. Life's a Circus (published 1939) was her autobiography.
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