Folks with their wits about them knew that advertisements were just a pack of lies – you had only to look at the claims of patent medicines!
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|Birth:||21st July, 1885|
|Death:||3rd July, 1970|
Frances Parkinson Keyes was born in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. She was an American novelist whose works frequently featured Catholic themes and beliefs. Her last name rhymes with "skies," not "keys." In 1934 she received an honorary Litt.D. from Bates College. She wrote several novels include: The Old Gray Homestead, The career of David Noble, Queen Anne's Lace, Lady Blanche Farm, The Safe Bridge, Honor Bright, Great Tradition, Fielding's Folly, The chess players, Blue camellia, Crescent Carnival, Steamboat Gothic, Madame Castel's lodger, All That Glitters, Parts Unknown, and I, the King.
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