Mollie Hunter

Mollie Hunter

Maureen Mollie Hunter McIlwraith, more commonly known as Mollie Hunter (born 1922), is a Scottish writer. She was born and bred near Edinburgh in the small village of Longniddry. Her debut was The Smartest Man in Ireland in 1963. She writes fantasy for children, historical stories for young adults and realistic novels for adults. She won the Carnegie Medal in 1974 for The Stronghold. She also wrote the book A Stranger Came Ashore.

Edited by 2009-05-20 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (16)
1994  Day of the Unicorn
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1988  The Mermaid Summer
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1986  The Enchanted Boy
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1986  The Brownie
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1985  The Three-Day Enchantment
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1985  The Enchanted Whistle
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1983  The Knight of the Golden Plain
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1977  The Wicked One
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1977  A Furl of Fairy Wind: Four Stories
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1975  A Stranger Came Ashore
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1972  The Haunted Mountain
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1971  The Thirteenth Member
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1970  The Walking Stones
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1967  Thomas and the Warlock
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1964  The Kelpie's Pearls
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1963  The Smartest Man in Ireland
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