Kate Sedley

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Brenda Margaret Lilian Honeyman Clarke
Born (1926-07-30)30 July 1926[1]
Bristol
Pen name Kate Sedley
Brenda Honeyman
Language English
Nationality  United Kingdom
Alma mater Cambridge University[1]
Genre Historical crime novels
Spouse Ronald John Clarke

Kate Sedley is the pen-name of Brenda Margaret Lilian Honeyman Clarke, an English historical novelist.[2] She was born in Bristol in 1926 and educated at The Red Maids' School, Westbury-on-Trym. She is married and has a son and a daughter, and three grandchildren. Her medieval historical whodunnits feature Roger the Chapman, who has given up a monk's cell for the freedom of peddling his wares on the road.

Roger the Chapman[edit]

Set in England in the 1400s

  1. Death and the Chapman (1991)
  2. The Plymouth Cloak (1992)
  3. The Hanged Man aka The Weaver's Tale (1993)
  4. The Holy Innocents (1994)
  5. The Eve of Saint Hyacinth (1995)
  6. The Wicked Winter (1995)
  7. The Brothers of Glastonbury (1997)
  8. The Weaver's Inheritance (1998)
  9. The Saint John's Fern (1999)
  10. The Goldsmith's Daughter (2001)
  11. The Lammas Feast (2002)
  12. Nine Men Dancing (2003)
  13. The Midsummer Rose (2004)
  14. The Burgundian's Tale (2005)
  15. Prodigal Son (2006)
  16. The Three Kings of Cologne (2007)
  17. The Green Man (2008)
  18. The Dance of Death (2009)
  19. The Wheel of Fate (2010)
  20. The Midsummer Crown (2011)
  21. The Tintern Treasure (2012)
  22. The Christmas Wassail (2013)

Novels[edit]

  • For King and Country (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. 
  2. ^ Philips, Helen (December 17, 2001). "Impostor or not and tragedy resurrected". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. p. 4B. Retrieved 1 June 2011. 

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