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How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries

Kathy Lynn Emerson
Perseverance Press
04/15/2008
This Agatha-award-winning look at historical mystery writing is by the author of the Face Down Series and the Diana Spaulding 1888 Quartet. Called "the best book about writing mysteries that I have ever read" by reviewer Marv Lachman, it includes the author's take . . .
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Face Down Below the Banqueting House

Kathy Lynn Emerson
Perseverance Press
04/15/2005
The queen is coming for a visit to Leigh Abbey, Susanna Appleton's home in Kent. Susanna isn't thrilled by the idea but she's even less pleased when a body turns up. Set in 1573. 8th in the series. Also available as an ebook. 
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Face Down Beside St. Anne's Well

Kathy Lynn Emerson
Perseverance Press
04/15/2006
When foster daughter Rosamond's French tutor is found dead beside St. Anne's Well, Lady Appleton heads north to help her find the killer. Set in Buxton, Derbyshire in 1575. 9th in the series.  
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Face Down O'er the Border

Kathy Lynn Emerson
Perseverance Press
09/15/2007
Susanna's dearest friend Catherine is in big trouble. She's suspected of murdering her mother-in-law. Set in Edinburgh in 1577. 10th in the series.
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Murders and Other Confusions

Kathy Lynn Emerson
Crippin & Landru
04/15/2004
A collection of mystery short stories featuring the characters from the Face Down Mystery Series. The stories are in chronological order, with the earliest featuring the young Susanna Leigh before she married Robert Appleton and the latest taking place after the events in FA. . .
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Scotched

Kaitlyn Dunnett
Kensington
10/25/2011
In Liss MacCrimmon's fifth adventure, she's selling Scottish items at the First Annual Maine Cozy Con, held in her home town of Moosetookalook, Maine, when the woman everyone loves to hate is found dead at the bottom of a nearby cliff. Liss wants to believe it's an accident,. . .
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