“The Misses Mallett – A Bridge Dividing” is a 1922 novel by E. H. Young. Set in Bristol, England, the story revolves around Rose Mallett and her half sisters Sophia and Caroline, who live ostensibly unremarkable lives in Upper Radstowe. However, Rose is engaged in a secret love affair with an unavailable man, and the unexpected entrance of an orphaned niece into their lives threatens to upset the balance she has so deftly tried to maintain. Emily Hilda Daniell (1880–1949) was an English children’s writer, novelist, mountaineer, and advocate for female suffrage who wrote under the pen name E. H. Young. Despite being almost completely unheard of now, Daniell was a celebrated author who produced numerous best sellers during her time. Other works by this author include: “Corn of Wheat” (1910) and “Moor Fires” (1916). Read & Co. Books is republishing this classic novel now in a new edition complete with a new specially-commissioned biography of the author.