Carolyn Wells

Carolyn Wells (1862-1942) was a poet, children's novelist, and author of mysteries. Born in New Jersey, she became famous for writing humorous nonsense verse, which was collected in The Nonsense Anthology (1902). She wrote more than 170 books, including sixty-one starring the detective Fleming Stone.

“Original and enjoyable.” —The New York Times on The Rest of My Life

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