Candace Robb

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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.[1] 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.

Owen Archer[edit]

  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[edit]

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

Emma Campion[edit]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Goldsmith, Belinda (4 August 2010). "Book Talk: Candace Robb finds new voice as Emma Campion". Reuters. Retrieved 4 November 2010.