The Notting Hill Mystery: A British Library Crime Classic

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Although fragmentary legends have been passed down, only science can hope to explain the rise and fall of this unusual civilisation. Remarkably, and wondrously, the Jews are back in the Land. See also, Isa 4:3; 45:17, 25; 54:13; 59:21; 60:21; 66:22; Eze 20:40; 39:22; Zeph 3:13; et al). For the real story behind the fictional one in Murder in the Queen’s Wardrobe, click here For a bibliography of sources used in writing all the books in the series, click here Here’s what the reviewers have to say about Murder in the Queen’s Wardrobe: Publisher’s Weekly describes Rosamond as “high-spirited, educated, and independent” and praises the way I draw on my “solid knowledge of the period to evoke vividly daily life in late 16th-century England.” Booklist praises “first-rate storytelling, eye-opening details of the politics and customs of the time, a taut and riveting plot, unexpected humor, and a charming and admirable heroine.” Library Journal calls Rosamond “a feisty, fiercely independent, and very likeable protagonist.” And about Murder in the Merchant’s Hall: Booklist says “This fine new addition to Emerson’s popular historical series offers a genuinely gripping mystery, an appealing protagonist, and an eye-opening look at London life during the Renaissance.” Historical Novels Review says “The mystery surrounding Hugo’s death is intricate, well-plotted, and full of twists.” for the website of Kaitlyn Dunnett, Kathy’s "evil twin" for the website of Kate Emerson, Kathy’s other "evil twin" to read about over 2000 sixteenth century women, click here: for Kathy’s biography of her grandfather, Fred Gorton of Liberty, New York (and if you’re interested in other local and family history, including backstory for the Diana Spaulding series and if you want to be up to date on Kathy/Kaitlyn’s latest writing news, here’s the link to the Kaitlyn Dunnett Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Kaitlyn-Dunnett-1490240871270635/timeline/ You don’t need to join Facebook to see what’s posted there, although you do if you want to comment or leave a message. to send email to Kathy Lynn Emerson, click here: A Note from Kathy: I answer all emails as soon as I am able.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press (August 4, 2015)

ISBN: 1464204802

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