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Frances Parkinson Keyes

Frances Parkinson KeyesAKA Frances Parkinson Wheeler

Born: 21-Jul-1885
Birthplace: Charlottesville, VA
Died: 3-Jul-1970
Location of death: New Orleans, LA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Oxbow Cemetery, Newbury, VT

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist, Socialite

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: All That Glitters

Husband: Henry W. Keyes (Governor of New Hampshire, m. 1904)

    Good Housekeeping Columnist, Contributing Editor (1923-35)

Author of books:
The Old Gray Homestead (1919, novel)
Seven Seas and Golden Cities (1931, travelogue)
Lady Blanche Farm: A Romance of the Commonplace (1931, novel)
Senator Marlowe's Daughter (1933, novel)
The Safe Bridge (1934, novel)
Honor Bright (1936, novel)
Written in Heaven: The Life on Earth of the Little Flower of Lisieux (1937, novel)
Capital Kaleidoscope: The Story of a Washington Hostess (1937, memoir)
Parts Unknown (1938, novel)
The Sublime Sheperdess: St. Bernadette Soubirous (1940, biography)
All That Glitters (1941, novel)
Crescent Carnival (1942, novel)
The River Road (1945, novel)
Came a Cavalier (1947, novel)
Once on Esplanade: A Cycle Between Two Creole Weddings (1947, juvenile)
Dinner at Antoine's (1948, novel)
Joy Street (1950, novel)
Steamboat Gothic (1952, novel)
The Royal Box (1954, novel)
The Frances Parkinson Keyes Cookbook (1955, cookbook)
Blue Camellia (1957, novel)
Victorine (1958, novel)
Station Wagon In Spain (1959, novel)
The Chess Players: A Novel of New Orleans and Paris (1960, novel)
The Heritage (1960, novel)
Madame Castel's Lodger (1962, novel)
The Rose and the Lily (1962, novel)
The Restless Lady and Other Stories (1963, short stories)
I, the King (1966, novel)
All Flags Flying: Reminiscenses Of Frances Parkinson Keyes (1972, memoir)

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