Her best known work is The Sheik, a best-seller (selling more than a million copies) and the first in her line of popular works. As a child, Hull often traveled with her parents; one notable location was Algeria, a setting of several novels. The Desert Healer was published in 1923, the second of her single novels.
In total, Hull published 8 novels – 2 as part of a series (The Sheik and The Sons of the Sheik), five single novels (The Shadow of the East, The Desert Healer, The Lion-Tamer, The Captive of the Sahara, and The Forest of Terrible Things), and a memoir, Camping in the Sahara.
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