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Nell Speed (1878–1913)

Author of Molly Brown's Sophomore Days

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The Molly Brown Series has eight titles, originally published by Hurst from 1912 to 1921. It was reprinted by A. L. Burt. The author is listed as "Nell Speed," but Nell died after writing the first four titles, and her sister, Emma Speed Sampson, took over the writing of this series. Emma continued to use her sister's name as her own pseudonym when she wrote The Carter Girls and The Tucker Twins series. The first four Molly Brown titles are college romances, set in Wellington College near New York City. With the fifth title, and the change in authorship, the stories move south to Kentucky, although Molly and her friends visit France and Great Britain in #s 6 and 7.
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