Elizabeth Louisa Moresby was an early 20th century British novelist who also wrote under the names Elizabeth Louisa Beck, Eliza Louisa Moresby Beck and Lily Moresby Adams. She traveled widely in the East, in Egypt, India, China, Tibet and Japan. She settled in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada in 1919. She began her career by publishing stories in The Atlantic Monthly, Asia, and the Japanese Gassho. These stories were later put into collections. Stories in this collection include The Ninth Vibration -- The Interpreter: A Romance of the East -- The Incomparable Lady: A Story of China with a Moral -- The Hatred of the Queen: A Story of Burma -- Fire of Beauty -- The Building of the Taj Majal -- How Great is the Glory of Kwannon! -- The Round-Faced Beauty.