Denise Robins was born in London in 1894. She was the eldest of three children. Her father was a stockbroker and her mother was a housewife. Denise was educated at home by a governess and then at a finishing school in Paris.
She began her writing career in 1914, when she was just 20 years old, with a romance novel called ‘The Inner Shrine’. This was followed by over 90 more novels, including historical romances, thrillers and detective stories. Denise was one of the most popular and prolific authors of her day and her books were translated into many languages.
In ‘Greater Than All’, Denise tells the story of a young woman, Clare, who is torn between the two men she loves: her husband, Richard, and his brother, Michael.
Clare married Richard because she was pregnant with his child. But she has always been in love with Michael, who is now a successful author. When Michael comes back into her life, Clare has to choose between the two men.
Which man will she choose? And what will happen to her marriage?
‘Greater Than All’ is a classic Denise Robins romance, full of passion, drama and suspense.