Bithia Mary Croker
Bithia Mary Croker c 1848-1920, who usually wrote under the name B. M. Croker, was an Irish novelist, most of whose work concerns, or refers to, life and society in British India.
In 1871, she married John Stokes Croker (1844–1911), an officer in the Royal Scots Fusiliers and later the Royal Munster Fusiliers.
In 1877, Bithia followed her husband to India where she lived for 14 years. 
Her first book Proper Pride was published anonymously in 1882.
Her Indian novels include
- Pretty Miss Neville 1883
- A Bird of Passage 1886
- Diana Barrington: A Romance of Central India 1888
- Interference: A Novel 1891
- Mr Jervis 1894
- Angel: A Sketch in Indian Ink 1901
- The Cat's Paw 1902
- Her Own People 1905
- The Company's Servant: A Romance of Southern India 1907
- Babes in the Wood : a Romance of the Jungles 1910
- In Old Madras 1913
- The Road to Mandalay: A Tale of Burma 1917
- Bithia Mary Croker Wikipedia
Historical books online
Romantic novels by B M Croker.
- Proper Pride : a Novel 1882. No author's name appears.Volume I, Vol.II, Volume III Archive.org.
- Pretty Miss Neville by B M Croker 1884 Archive.org.
- The Company's Servant: A Romance of Southern India by B M Croker 1907. The Company was the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, or GIPR. Archive.org.
- Babes in the Wood : a Romance of the Jungles by B M Croker 8th edition 1916, first published 1910. Archive.org
- The Road to Mandalay: A Tale of Burma by B M Croker c 1917 Gutenberg.org
- Books by B M Croker in the Internet Archive, Archive.org
- Books by B M Croker in HathiTrust Digital Library
- Wikipedia article, see above.