- Author: Clotilde Graves Author Record # 82917
- Legal Name: Graves, Clotilde Augusta Inez Mary
- Birthplace: Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland, UK
- Language: English
- Webpages: Wikipedia-EN
- Used As Alternate Name By: Richard Dehan
- Note: Clotikde ('Clo') Graves (1863–1932) was born in Buttevant, Co. Cork, and published her first novel at the age of forty-six, under the pseudonym 'Richard Dehan'. Prior to this, she was also a playwright, a freelance journalist and a cartoonist. During her lifetime, she was perhaps best known for her controversial 1911 novel The Dop Doctor, which lionised the British side of the Second Boer War (1899–1902).
Alternate Name. See: Richard Dehan (or view all titles published using this alternate name)