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Cheryl Lanham

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Occupation  Writer
Name  Cheryl Lanham
Children  Matthew Amanda

Spouse  Richard James Arguile
Nationality  American
Role  Writer
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Born  Cheryl Lanham November 10, 1948 (age 67) Richwood, West Virginia, United States (1948-11-10)
Pen name  Sarah Temple, (Romance Novels) Emily Brightwell, (Mysteries) Cheryl Lanham, (YA Novels)
Genre  Historical, Historical mystery, Romance
Books  The Inspector and Mrs, The ghost and Mrs Jeffries, Mrs Jeffries on the Ball, Mrs Jeffries pinches t, Mrs Jeffries Turns the

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Cheryl Arguile, née Lanham (b. November 10, 1948 in Richwood, West Virginia, United States) is an American writer under her maiden name Cheryl Lanham, and under the pseudonyms Sarah Temple and Emily Brightwell.

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Personal life

Born Cheryl Lanham on November 10, 1948 in Richwood, West Virginia, USA. In May 1976, she married an Englishman, Richard James Arguile. They have two children.

Writing career

She was published several times in the Young Adult novel genre (writing as Cheryl Lanham) and Contemporary Romance novels (writing as Sarah Temple).

As Emily Brightwell, Cheryl is the sole author of all thirty-five titles in her Victorian murder mystery series, that started with The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries in February 1993. The next published mystery in the series is Mrs. Jeffries Rights A Wrong - an original quality paperback to be published in May 2017.

The series has grown in popularity in recent years as each new mystery is published and as the earlier titles are reissued as three-book anthologies. Her mystery - Mrs. Jeffries and The One Who Got Away made the New York Times Mass Market Fiction Bestseller List - for February 22, 2015. Mrs. Jeffries Turns the Tide made the New York Times Mass Market Fiction Bestseller List - for May 26, 2013. "Mrs. Jeffries Defends Her Own" - Emily Brightwell's previous paperback original mystery - made the New York Times Mass Market Fiction Bestseller List in May 2012

References

Cheryl Lanham Wikipedia


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