Category: Kate Clifford

York as Muse

Here’s a link to a guest post I wrote for the blog, Raven-Haired Girl. I reused a title from a talk I gave at York St. John University six years ago, but that’s where the similarity ends. I had fun with it! http://ravenhairedgirl.com/2015/11/22/guest-post-candace-robb-author-of-owen-archer-mystery-series/ I…

Relishing New(ish) Research About William Wallace and all that

Poking around in research about the English/Scottish border in the late 14th century (for the Kate Clifford series), I keep discovering bits and pieces of research that give me shivers of, oh, if only this had been published while I was writing the Margaret…

In Celebration of the E-book Launch of the Owen Archer Series

Today’s the day! And in honor of Owen Archer’s return to North America (an interesting feat for a mid-14th century Welshman, eh?), my friend Patricia Bracewell, invited me to appear on her blog for a Q&A about my mysteries. Check it out! I enjoyed…

New Series Announced in Publishers Weekly!

It’s official!!!!! Pegasus Lands New Robb Series Author of the Owen Archer series, Candace Robb, closed a three-book deal with Pegasus Books for a new historical mystery series set in 14th-century York. The first book, The Service of the Dead, introduces readers to the…