Tag: the Shambles

A new Archbishop of York–then and now

At the heart of the 12th Owen Archer mystery, A Choir of Crows, is the tension in the city when the corpses of three strangers are found at dawn after a heavy snowfall that isolates the city. Two of the bodies are found in… Continue Reading “A new Archbishop of York–then and now”

Medieval York, Again?!

As promised, here is the third post I wrote for the Kate Clifford series blog tour in July. Enjoy! The What that’s begged the Why: I set my popular Owen Archer crime series in medieval York, the first book beginning just past the middle… Continue Reading “Medieval York, Again?!”

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… Continue Reading “York as Muse”