Francis Marion Crawford (1854–1909)


Born of American parents in Italy, Crawford spent most of his life in that country. A convert to Catholicism, his novel Mr. Isaacs (1882) made him famous and he subsequently published dozens of novels that were popular both in the United States and Great Britain.


Catholic Encyclopedia


F.M. Crawford, Mister Isaacs: A Tale of Modern India

F.M. Crawford, A Tale of a Lonely Parish

F.M. Crawford, The Novel: What It Is 

J. Moran, An F. Marion Crawford Companion 

J. Pilkington, Francis Marion Crawford