Christine Marion Fraser
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Christine Marion Fraser (24 March 1938 22 November 2002) was a Scottish author of popular fiction.She was born in Govan, Glasgow, and was raised in a tenement, the eighth child of a shipyard worker and his wife. As a child, she developed a calcium condition and was left wheelchair bound for life.Fraser was best known for her four continuing family sagas, all of them set in Scotland. Her books sold over three and a half million copies, mostly in her native Scotland but also across the English-speaking world, Her first novel Rhanna was published in 1978 and was followed by seven sequels. The Rhanna series detailed the lives of the residents of a small fictitious Hebridean island of the same name.