Catherine Crowe, 1803-1876
Crowe, Catherine (Stevens) (1800–1876). — Wrote dramas, children’s books, and one or two novels, including Susan Hopley (1841), and Lilly Dawson (1847), but is chiefly remembered for her Night-side of Nature (1848), a collection of stories of the supernatural. Though somewhat morbid she had considerable talent.
- Ghosts and Family Legends : A Volume for Christmas 
- Stories of Mystery : Little Classics, Volume 8 (of 18)
- Aristodemus. A Tragedy. 1838. Edinburgh: William Tait.
- Adventures of Susan Hopley; or Circumstantial evidence . 1841. London: Saunders & Otley. 3 volumes.
- Men and Women or, Manorial Rights . 1843. London: Saunders and Otley. 3 volumes.
- The Story of Lilly Dawson. 1847. London : Henry Colburn. 3 volumes.
- Pippie's Warning; or, Mind your temper. 1848. London : Arthur Hall & Co.
- The night-side of nature, or, Ghosts and ghost-seers. 1848. London : T.C. Newby. 2 volumes.
- Light and darkness; or, mysteries of life. 1850. London : Henry Colburn. 3 volumes.
- The adventures of a beauty. 1852. London : Colburn and Co. 3 volumes.
- The cruel kindness. A romantic play, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, on Monday, June 6, 1853
- Linny Lockwood. : A novel. 1854. London : George Routledge & Co. 2 volumes. v.2
- Ghosts and family legends. : A volume for Christmas. 1859. London : Thomas Cautley Newby,
- The story of Arthur Hunter and his first shilling, with other tales. 1861. London : James Hogg & Sons.
- The adventures of a monkey. : An interesting narrative. 1862. London : Dean and Son.