Author: Frances Noble
Author: Frances Noble (1847–1922)
Biography: Frances Noble was born in 1847 in Manchester, the daughter of the English physician Daniel Noble (1810–1885). She wrote several novels, all with a decidedly pro-Catholic theme. She never married and died in 1922.
References: British Census (1881, 1891, 1901); Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)
- Gertrude Mannering: A Tale of Sacrifice. 1 vol. London: Burns and Oates, 1875.
- Violet Mortimer: A Novel. 3 vol. London: Samuel Tinsley, 1879.
- Through Thorny Paths: or, Marion's History. 1 vol. London: Burns and Oates, 1882.
- "Little Nell": A Sketch. 1 vol. London: Burns and Oates, 1889.
- Madeline's Destiny. 1 vol. London: Art and Book Co., 1891.
- My Great-Aunt's Story: A Tale of the French Revolution. 1 vol. London: Art and Book Co., 1892.
- The Temptation of Norah Leecroft. 1 vol. London: Catholic Truth Society, 1896.