Pamela Wynne

(Winifred Mary Scott)

In This Collection

In Preparation

  • Bracken Turning Brown. London: Collins, 1934.

Other Works by Pamela Wynne (1879–1959)

  • The Dream Man (1924)
  • A Passionate Rebel (1927)
  • Concealed Turnings (1927)
  • Mademoiselle Dahlia (1928)
  • At the End of the Avenue (1929)
  • Rainbow in the Spray (1929)
  • The Conquering Lover (1929)
  • The Dream Man (1929)
  • A Little Flat in the Temple (1930)
  • East Is Always East (1930)
  • The Last Days of September (1931)
  • Love in a Mist (1932)
  • Delight (1933)
  • The Sealed Door of Love (1933)
  • All About Jane (1934)
  • Concealed Turnings (1934)
  • Love Comes To Susan (1934)
  • A Dream Come True (1935)
  • Priscilla Falls in Love (1935)
  • Leave It To Love (1936)
  • Love Begins at Forty (1936)
  • Valerie (1937)
  • Choose From the Stars (1938)
  • Sunshine After Rain (1938)
  • Love’s Lotus Flower (1939)
  • Honey-Coloured Moon (1939)
  • Splendour of Love (1939)
  • Happiness Round the Corner (1940)
  • Life Will Be Different (1942)
  • Victory For Love (1943)
  • Merry Widows (1943)
  • Diana’s Last Day (1945)
  • Pineapple Place (1946)
  • Do You See The Sun? (1946)
  • Gift of a Daughter (1947)
  • A Knight in Mufti (1948)
  • Come With Me to the Stars (1949)
  • Forsaking All Others (1949)
  • Life Is For Loving (1949)
  • Safe at Last (1949)
  • Long Corrdiors (1950)
  • Man’s Desire (1951)
  • A Sunday in June (1953)
  • Dandelions For Henry (1954)
  • Girl Castaways (1954)
  • The Tide Has Turned (1954)
  • Daughter of Daybreak (1955)
  • Search for Love (1955)
  • The Doctor Decided (1956)
  • Moonlight Behind Me (1956)
  • Secluded Situation (1956)
  • The Doctor And Mrs Marlowe (1956)
  • Climbing To Happiness (1957)
  • Jaqueline Rides for a Fall (1957)
  • Oh What a Lovely Day (1957)
  • Carol’s By Candlelight (1958)
  • Rescue of Rosemary (1959)
  • Throw Wide the Windows (1959)

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Winifred Mary Watson was born on 1879 in London, England, UK, the fourth child of Lily and Samuel Watson, a solicitor in the City of London, two more children were to follow. The family were affluent enough to have Winifred educated privately in Lausanne, Switzerland and it was during her education that she found her love of writing.

On 14 November 1905, she married William Herbert Schroder Scott in Bombay, India. They had three children, William Patrick Temple Scott (1908), Herbert Wyndham Fitzgerald Scott (1910), and Sholto Haig Scott-Watson (1917). The marriage divorced in 1932.

Published since 1923 as Pamela Wynne wrote more than 60 romantic novels during her lifetime, many of which inspired on her own experiences of living in India. Two of her books were turned into major motion pictures, Dangerous Innocence (1925) with Laura La Plante and Eugene O’Brien and Devotion (1931) with Ann Harding and Leslie Howard. She died on 29 January 1959 in Sissinghurst, Kent.