Dorothy Malone (writer)


Dorothy Malone (writer)

Dorothy Malone (born 1901, date of death unknown) was an American writer and columnist. Her books include How Mama Could Cook! (1946),[1] Cookbook for Brides (1947), and Cookbook for Beginners (1953). Malone wrote a daily column under the nom de plume "Prudence Penny" for the New York American and later wrote as "Elsie Barton" for Secrets Magazine.

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