Earlys Winter (James Early Mysteries Book 2)
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All images, unless otherwise noted, are the property of their respective copyright owners. The family moved to the Wellesley area, buying a plot of land in Wellesley Hills in October ; they built the family home, which was at 93 Washington Street, and had a grocery business in Newton Lower Falls. All of the children attended Wellesley public schools. Eleanor Mary Early born in Newton in , and grew up in the family home in Wellesley.
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She attended Wellesley schools, and graduated from Wellesley High School; her notebooks and school papers reveal a thorough and diligent student who loved to write. When her brother, Jack, went off to fight in World War I, the two carried on an extensive correspondence that reveals her love and wit.
Introducing Eleanor Early
After graduating from Wellesley High School, she attended Wheelock College then Miss Wheelock's College , and graduated in , certified to be a teacher. But she enjoyed writing above all, and almost immediately pursued a career as a writer and journalist in Boston. In the late s she left Boston to join the staff of the New York Times. She also lived for a time in Washington, D. She traveled extensively, and those experiences informed her writing, which extended beyond newspaper reporting; she also was a radio commentator and magazine columnist. She wrote books on travel, cooking, and history, as well as novels.
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Early in career she wrote a series of travel books, which included And this is Boston! Most of her books were published by Houghton Mifflin Company. Throughout her life Eleanor travelled the globe, reporting as a journalist, writing travel pieces, and working on her novels. Independent and adventurous, she never married; she returned to Boston just a few years before her death in Ludlow, WHS archivist.
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