A collection to celebrate the 100th anniversary of a popular fairy tale about the murder of a famous actress and her ghostly lover, has been released by author Barbara Ann Ross in a bookshop in Dublin.
The book, which was published by a private publisher in October, is titled “A Little Fairy Tale: Murder in Fairyland.”
It’s a collection of stories told by the author to mark the 100-year anniversary of the publication of the book.
In the collection, the fictional fairy tale “Fairyland” tells the story of two sisters who fall in love, but then their love is cut short by the death of the first one.
The sisters later meet the mysterious “little girl” who seems to be in love with their ghost.
Ross wrote about the story in her autobiography, “Fool for Love.”
The book features a photo of the girls in a dress, which she said was taken in 1892 in a hotel in Paris.
Ross said in a statement the book was meant to be a celebration of the centennial of the French Revolution, and was intended to be more than just a celebration.
“I wanted to be clear that this is not a celebration, it is a history of the events that took place, a historical account of the story,” she said.
The story is about a woman who meets a woman in a fairy tale who tells her the secret of immortality.
Ross is a well-known Irish author who has written many books about her own life.
The first book she published was “The Witch” in 1922.
She published “The House of the Three Bodies” in 1984 and has three more books under her belt, including “The Woman Who Became Princess of Wales.”