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Anna Masterton Buchan (1877–1948) was a Scottish novelist who wrote under the pen name O. Douglas. Most of her novels were written and set between the wars and portrayed small town or village life in southern Scotland, reflecting her own life
Anna Masterton Buchan (1877–1948) was a Scottish novelist who wrote under the pen name O. Most of her novels were written and set between the wars and portrayed small town or village life in southern Scotland, reflecting her own life. Anna Buchan was born in Pathhead, Scotland, the daughter of the Reverend John Buchan and Helen Masterton. She was the younger sister of John Buchan, the renowned statesman and author
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Born Anna Masterton Buchan, younger sister to the statesman & prolific novelist John Buchan. She began writing in 1911, and published 12 novels and a personal memoir of her brother before her death. Her novels are humorous domestic fiction, focusing on the lives of families in Scotland.
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