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Candace Robb

UK flag (b.1950)

aka Emma Campion

Candace Robb has read and researched medieval history for many years, having studied for a Ph.D. in Medieval and Anglo-Saxon Literature. She divides her time between Seattle and the UK, frequently spending time in Scotland and York to research her books.

Genres: Historical Mystery
Owen Archer
   1. The Apothecary Rose (1993)
   2. The Lady Chapel (1994)
   3. The Nun's Tale (1995)
   4. The King's Bishop (1996)
   5. The Riddle of St. Leonard's (1997)
   6. A Gift of Sanctuary (1998)
   7. A Spy for the Redeemer (2002)
   8. The Cross-Legged Knight (2002)
   9. The Guilt of Innocents (2007)
   10. A Vigil of Spies (2008)
   The Bone Jar (2016)
   11. A Conspiracy of Wolves (2019)
   12. A Choir of Crows (2020)
   13. The Riverwoman's Dragon (2021)
   14. A Fox in the Fold (2022)
Margaret Kerr
   1. A Trust Betrayed (2000)
   2. The Fire in the Flint (2003)
   3. A Cruel Courtship (2004)
Kate Clifford
   1. The Service of the Dead (2016)
   2. A Twisted Vengeance (2017)
   3. A Murdered Peace (2018)
Candace Robb recommends
Revelations (2021)
Mary Sharratt
"Considered through the female gaze, Margery Kempe’s travels and travails take on new significance as she undertakes a dangerous mission for Julian of Norwich in a time of Lollard persecution and a misogynist Church patriarchy. Thriller, domestic tragedy, medieval travelogue, meditation on a woman’s spiritual awakening, Revelations pulses with life. A gem of a book. Highly recommended!"
Glamour Girls (2021)
Marty Wingate
"Marty Wingate delivers it all in Glamour Girls--wartime love, heartbreaking losses, endearing characters, fascinating period detail."

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