At the Circulating Library Author Information: Lady Caroline Madelina Fairlie- Cuninghame
Author: Lady Caroline Madelina Fairlie- Cuninghame (1843–1902)
Alternate Name(s): Blair (maiden name)
Biography: Caroline Madelina Fairlie-Cuninghame was born in 1843 in Scotland, the youngest daughter of Captain William Fordyce Blair, R.N. In 1867, she married Charles Arthur Cuningham-Fairlie (1846–1897), the son of Sir Arthur Percy Cuningham-Fairlie, 10th baronet. On succeeding to the title in 1881, Sir Charles changed his surname to Fairlie-Cuninghame. The couple lived in Ryde, Isle of Wight, and had three daughters. In the 1890s, Cuninghame began writing novels: In Halcyon Seas: A Yachting Story (1890), The Slave of his Will (1891), A Wandering Star (1892), A Sin of the Soul (1895), and The Little Saint of God: A Heroine of the Red Terror (1901). Her husband died in 1897 and she followed in 1902.
References: British Census (1881); Burke; Who's Who (1897)
- In Halcyon Seas: A Yachting Story. 1 vol. London: Simpkin, 1890.
- The Slave of his Will: A Novel. 1 vol. London: Spencer Blackett, 1891.
- A Wandering Star. 3 vol. London: Ward and Downey, 1892.
- A Sin of the Soul. 1 vol. London: Horace Cox, 1895.
- The Little Saint of God: A Heroine of the Red Terror. 1 vol. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1901.