Elsa Watson

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Elsa Watson is an American author. Her first novel, Maid Marian (2005), details a history of Marian, the female companion to Robin Hood.

Watson was inspired to write about Marian because "It struck [her] as strange that [Marian's] name is so well known, yet no one has a sense of her character beyond her role as Robin Hood's consort."[citation needed]

Watson is also the author of Dog Days, published in May 2012,[1] A Christmas Tail (October 2012), and The Love Dog (January 2013).

Elsa Watson graduated from Carleton College with a degree in classical languages and now lives on Bainbridge Island.[citation needed]

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