20 November 1832 - 6 March 1888
American writer best known, of course, for Little Women; she wrote a small number of thrillers, many of them anonymously or under the pseudonym "A. M. Barnard," early in her career.
[Helena Maragou, American College of Greece; Literary Encyclopedia]Louisa May Alcott
Includes biographical note and very helpful bibliograpical information, as befits a website by a librarian. [Susan Lank Tolbert]Biographical note and links.
[Empire Zine]Biographical note
[Scribbling Women/Domestic Goddesses]Biographical note
Part of the PBS website for the 2000 Masterpiece Theatre production of E. Nesbit's classic The Railway Children.Orchard House
Website for the Alcott family home, now a museum; contains biographical information and more.
"The Abbot's Ghost" [Jan. 1867]
Also known as "Maurice Treherne's Temptation: A Christmas Story"
"Ariel, A Legend of the Lighthouse" [July 1865]
"Doctor Dorn's Revenge"
"A Double Tragedy: An Actor's Story"
"The Fate of the Forrests"
"A Pair of Eyes; or, The Modern Magic" 
"Taming the Tartar"
Essays and Reviews:
"Dark Mirrorings: The Influence of Fuller on Alcott's 'Pair of Eyes'".
Abstract of a review essay by Christopher A. Fahy, in ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance.
This CD, by British actress Emma Louise Chamberlain, features a powerful rendition of Alcott's "A Pair of Eyes"