Emma Drummond Quotes
“he had discovered some astonishing things. It was possible for Vere Ashleigh to find friendship with the type of man he had formerly disliked; it was possible to earn the respect and camaraderie of such men by being himself. An imposter they would not tolerate; a producer of life-like pen-portraits they had taken to their hearts.”
“The carriage was frequently halted by the mass of vehicles which made London’s streets increasingly noisy and dangerous. Drivers cursed and cracked their whips, horses snorted and whinnied until they surged forward again with a rattle of wheels and a tattoo of hooves, only to meet with an immobile line of traffic at the next junction.”
- Date of birth: January 01, 1931
- Born: in The United Kingdom.
- Description: A pseudonym used by Edna Dawes.Drummond was born in a Military Hospital, as her father was a member of the British Army. She spent her early childhood in Hong Kong, where her father was stationed. She eventually married a senior British Civil Servant. She worked for a time as a WRAC (Womens Royal Army Corps). She also writes as Elizabeth Darrell, Eve Dane, Edna Dawes, and Eleanor Drew.