The Castle of Twilight
Margaret Horton Potter
Margaret Horton Potter was an American novelist, specializing in historical fiction. Her first novel, A Social Lion, was published while she was still a teenager. Potter was born in Chicago, Illinois,...More on Margaret Horton Potter
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