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Tasha Alexander

USA flag (b.1969)
Wife of Andrew Grant

Tasha Alexander is the New York Times bestselling author of the Lady Emily series and the novel Elizabeth: The Golden Age. She attended the University of Notre Dame, where she studied English and Medieval History. Her work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. She and her husband, novelist Andrew Grant, divide their time between Chicago and the UK.

Genres: Historical Mystery
New and upcoming books
Lady Emily Mysteries
   1. And Only to Deceive (2005)
   2. A Poisoned Season (2007)
   3. A Fatal Waltz (2008)
   3.5. The Bridal Strain (2018)
   4. Tears of Pearl (2009)
   5. Dangerous to Know (2010)
   6. A Crimson Warning (2011)
   7. Death in the Floating City (2012)
   8. Behind the Shattered Glass (2013)
   9. The Counterfeit Heiress (2014)
   9.5. Star of the East (2014)
   10. The Adventuress (2015)
   10.5. That Silent Night (2015)
   11. A Terrible Beauty (2016)
   12. Death in St. Petersburg (2017)
   12.5. Amid the Winter's Snow (2018)
   13. Uneasy Lies the Crown (2018)
   Upon the Midnight Clear (2019)
   14. In the Shadow of Vesuvius (2020)
   15. The Dark Heart of Florence (2021)
   16. Secrets of the Nile (2022)
   17. A Cold Highland Wind (2023)
   18. Death by Misadventure (2024)
   Elizabeth (2007)
Tasha Alexander recommends
The Bequest (2022)
Joanna Margaret
"Intricately plotted, exquisitely written, and brimming with atmosphere, The Bequest is a brilliant debut, as smart as it is compelling."
The House in the Orchard (2022)
Elizabeth Brooks
"Elizabeth Brooks has penned an inspired take on the Gothic novel that would impress Daphne du Maurier and Emily Bronte. Alluring, atmospheric, and deliciously creepy, The House in the Orchard is a wickedly entertaining read."
Sisters of Night and Fog (2022)
Erika Robuck
"Erika Robuck has once again proved her mastery of biographical fiction, respecting the historical record as she weaves together the true stories of two endlessly courageous women whose daring and sacrifice helped defeat the Nazis. Utterly compelling, beautifully written, and meticulously researched, Sisters of Night and Fog is a book you sink into, one that becomes your world as you read it. I loved this book madly."

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Anthologies containing stories by Tasha Alexander
Echoes of Sherlock Holmes (2016)
(Stories Inspired by the Holmes Canon, book 1)
edited by
Laurie R King and Leslie S Klinger

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