Frances Parkinson Keyes was a
prolific journalist, editor, memoirist, and biographer, but was most well known as a
bestselling novelist. Problematic for some critics because of her popular and
accessible prose, Keyes captivated fiction readers from the 1940s well into the
1960s, writing about politics, murder, religion, and life in the South. Today,
however, few of her novels remain in print.. . .
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