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Name  Candace Robb

Role  Novelist
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Books  The Apothecary Rose: An, A spy for the redeemer, The Lady Chapel, A Guilt of Innocents, The Nun's Tale

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Candace Robb (born 1950) is an historical novelist, with works set in medieval England. She has also written under the pen name Emma Campion. 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.

Contents

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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)

Margaret Kerr

  1. A Trust Betrayed (2000)
  2. The Fire in the Flint (2003)
  3. A Cruel Courtship (2004)

Emma Campion

  1. The King's Mistress (2010)
  2. A Triple Knot (2014)

References

Candace Robb Wikipedia


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