George Manville Fenn (1831-1909) was a British writer. He worked as
a teacher in Lincolnshire, until he became printer, editor and
publisher of various magazines. He had eight children with his wife
Susanna Leake, whom he had married in 1855. Most of his works are
adventure stories for young readers, featuring Explorers,
Smugglers, young Adventurers and Seamen. His adult novels offer
critical social commentary on Victorian England, especially
reconsidering economic questions. His works include: Hollowdell
Grange (1866), Featherland (1866), Christmas Penny Readings (1867),
The Blue Dragoons (1875), A Little World (1877), Begumbagh (1879),
Bunyip Land (1880), My Patients (1883), The Golden Magnet (1884),
The Chaplain's Craze (1886), Quicksilver (1888), Lady Maude's Mania
(1890), The Weathercock (1892), Real Gold (1894), The Queen's
Scarlet (1895), The Black Tor (1896), A Woman Worth Winning (1898),
Draw Swords (1898), A Crimson Crime (1899), The King's Sons (1900),
Fitz the Filibuster (1903) and others.
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