Born: 1879 in Alton, Illinois
Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Inglis was born and raised in Alton, leaving Illinois after her marriage. Biography: Inglis spent the first half of her adult life with her mining engineer husband in northern California, Washington State and Alaska, once moving twenty-one times in five years. She had already published two successful novels by 1934, when a search for information about her Tyrell County ancestors piqued her interest in North Carolina's early years. She spent the next six years researching, writing, and editing Raleigh's Eden, an historical novel about Albemarle plantation families from 1765 to 1782. Between its publication in 1942 and 1964, she produced an additional eleven novels which eventually became known as the Carolina Series, covering two hundred years of North Carolina history from 1585 to 1789. Her established working pattern was to spend one year researching and one year writing each volume.
|21st century management :
ISBN: 9781412949729 OCLC: 220938555 Emphasizes key research on the topic and emerging trends. Considers globalization, new information technologies, as well as ethical and ecological issues. Addresses security and crisis management issues; offers insights into 21st century business issues such as excessive work and outsourcing; discusses diversity; and includes issues of managing nonprofit arts, medical, sports, and philanthropic organizations in the 21st century.
ISBN: 0892440023 OCLC: 3844112 Queens House, Larchmont, N.Y. : 1978.
ISBN: 0892440058 OCLC: 3844114 Queens House, Larchmont, N.Y. : 
ISBN: 0553256718 OCLC: 864455780 Bantam, Toronto : , ©1948.
|Rogue's Harbor /
ISBN: 055302826X OCLC: 6097257 Bantam Books, New York : 1979, ©1964.
ISBN: 0892440082 OCLC: 3730215 Queens House, Larchmont, N.Y. : 1978, ©1954.
|The wind in the forest
ISBN: 0892440112 OCLC: 3204663 Queens House, Larchmont, N.Y. : 
|Toil of the brave
ISBN: 0892440104 OCLC: 3396989 Queens House, Larchmont, N.Y. : 1978, ©1946.
|Toil of the brave
ISBN: 0553138111 OCLC: 1433986 The Bobbs-Merrill Company 1946
ISBN: 0892440090 OCLC: 1330698 Bobbs-Merrill Indianapolis,  A beautiful and unscrupulous English lady carries on a secret, private war with the rebel forces in North Carolina.