Biography: A.M. Barnard was the pen name occasionally used by American author Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888). Famed for her autobiographical novel of adolescence, Little Women (1868), Alcott also wrote more fiery, romantic tales under her pen name, including A Long Fatal Love Chase (1866). Coming from a Transcendentalist family, Alcott grew up around such famous family friends as Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Books published by author:

  1. Little Women
    Little Women
    by Louisa May Alcott

    Rating: 3.2/5 (401 votes cast)


    The four March sisters suffer because of growing up poor during the Civil War but they remain happy and learn about life and love while growing up in New England. A wealthy next door neighbor and one sister's tutor fall in love with two of the sisters in this first book of the series.

    Categories: Historical Romance, Romance

  2. Behind a Mask
    Behind a Mask
    by A M Barnard

    Rating: 2.5/5 (256 votes cast)


    A fast-paced thriller, Behind a Mask is the story the demure governess Jean Muir and her adventures in the home of the seemingly tranquil Coventry family, where she has come as a tutor. Mystery, love, and betrayal follow Miss Muir into the home and stir up suspicions, deceptions, and passions.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Romance, Romantic Suspense