Tag Archives: sixteenth-century England

Women Could and Women Did

Kathy Lynn Emerson here, stealing this title from a program fellow historical mystery writers Sharan Newman and Miriam Grace Monfredo used to present to debunk the idea that women in the past all fit into a neat stereotype. Fictional female … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions

Kaitlyn Dunnett, aka Kathy Lynn Emerson here. I’m in the very early stages of thinking about my next project, the one I’ll begin work on in earnest after the seventh Liss MacCrimmon mystery and the sixth non-mystery historical are turned … Continue reading

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