Tag: the Owen Archer mysteries

York as Inspiration

A reader who follows me on Facebook requested a post about why I chose York. I chuckled, because as a historian of late medieval England my immediate response is, “Why not?!” But that’s no fun, is it? Today, on the 35th anniversary of the… Continue Reading “York as Inspiration”

Kirkus Review for A Conspiracy of Wolves

I’m back from the UK and working on a post about my adventures in York, Leeds, Pontefract, and London. But first I want to alert you to the news that the English language ebook of A Conspiracy of Wolves is now available worldwide! And… Continue Reading “Kirkus Review for A Conspiracy of Wolves”

Cover Reveal for A Conspiracy of Wolves

Forgive my long silence. It’s been a productive time! In early December I reviewed the copy edit of the 11th Owen Archer, A Conspiracy of Wolves, and approved the gorgeous cover. Here it is! (Didn’t the team at Severn House do a great job?!)… Continue Reading “Cover Reveal for A Conspiracy of Wolves”

Pre-publication Reviews for A Murdered Peace

Working toward a looming deadline on the eleventh Owen Archer, but wanted to share some quotes from early reviews for the Kate Clifford novel (#3), A Murdered Peace, coming out in December! From Publishers Weekly, a starred review! “Set in York in 1400, Robb’s… Continue Reading “Pre-publication Reviews for A Murdered Peace”

Where Have I Been?

You are wondering, aren’t you? You’ll be happy to read that I’ve been writing A Conspiracy of Wolves, the 11th Owen Archer. I’m now racing to the finish, and then I’ll be polishing and adding depth and details–the manuscript goes to my new publisher… Continue Reading “Where Have I Been?”