The Baronet's Bride or a Woman's Vengeance
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May Agnes Earlie/ Early, Mrs Fleming (1840-1880), also known as Cousin May Carleton: May Agnes (Early) Fleming, was a Canadian author who wrote using the pseudonym Cousin May Carleton: Erminie: or, The Gipsy's Vow (1862), Sybil Campbell: or, The Queen of the Isle (1863) and Victoria: or, The Heiress of Castle Cliff (1864). Her other works include: The Heiress of Glen Gower (1868), The Baronet's Bride: or, A Woman's Vengeance (1868), The Unseen Bridegroom: or, Wedded for a Week (1869), Estella's Husband (1869), Who Wins? (1870), Magdalen's Vow (1871), Guy Earlecourt's Wife (1873), A Wonderful Woman (1873), A Terrible Secret (1874), Norine's Revenge, and Sir Noel's Heir (1875), A Mad Marriage (3v/1875), The Rival Brothers (1875), The Dark Secret (1875), The Heiress of Castle Cliff (1875), The Midnight Queen (1876), One Night's Mystery (1876), Silent and True (1877), Kate Danton: or, Captain Danton's Daughters (1877), The Heir of Charlton (1879), Carried by Storm (1880), Lost for a Woman (1880), A Wife's Tragedy (1881), A Changed Heart (1881), Fated to Marry (1881), Pride and Passion (1882) and Sharing Her Crime (1882).