If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’m a big fan of mystery books and writers and, in particular, a fan of Josephine Tey (Elizabeth MacKintosh). I came across this interesting post on the crime fiction blog, Inkspot, this week. I think you’ll enjoy it for my Sunday Reblog.
Thursday, September 22nd
The Mysterious Lives Of Mystery Writers
Back in February of this year I blogged about the disappearance of Agatha Christie in my post, Wherefore Art Thou Agatha? But Agatha isn’t the only golden age mystery writer cloaked in her own mystery.
Elizabeth MacKintosh, a.k.a. Gordon Daviot, a.k.a. Josephine Tey as she’s known in literary circles, led a very private life. Even her close friends didn’t know her well. What is known about her life, such as Tey giving up teaching . . .