Molly Elliot Seawell (born Mary Elliot Seawell) was an American author born on October the 23rd, 1860, in Gloucester, Virginia, and died in 1916.
Seawell wrote mainly short stories which for the most part were then published in the New York times, below is a incomplete list of some of her more well known works.
- Davis Foxcroft
- The Whirl: A Romance of Washington Society
- Children of Destiny
- The History of Lady Betty Stair
- The House of Egremont
- James II
- The Ladies Battle
- Little Jarvis
- Maid Marian and Other Stories
- On the Absence of the Creative Faculty in Women
- Twelve Naval Captains
- A Virginia Cavalier