Amy le Feuvre who died in 1929 was a prolific author of children's books with a strong Christian message. Amongst her famous works are: Teddy's Button (1896), Probable Sons (1895), His Big Opportunity (1898), A Puzzling Pair (1898), Bulbs and Blossoms (1898), A Cherry Tree (1901), The Making of a Woman (1903), The Buried Ring (1905) and The Chateau by the Lake (1907). "IT was five o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Hunter, a tall, dignified-looking woman, was presiding at the afternoon tea-table in the drawing-room of Chatts Chase. Miss Amabel Hunter stood at the window in a rather muddy riding-habit, and she was speaking in her sharp, short tones to her twin sister Hester, who lay back in the depths of a large armchair, a novel open in her lap. Sitting by the cheery wood fire was the youngest of the sisters, a frail and delicate invalid..."