Death at Bishops Keep

Death at Bishops Keep by Robin Page

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A proper gentlewoman in Victoria`s realm is expected to be respectful, demure and dependent, qualities Kathryn Ardleigh--outspoken, free-thinking American abroad and pseudonymous author of sensational "penny-dreadfuls"--distinctly lacks. Impelled by debt and curiosity, Kathryn Ardleigh has accepted employment with a kindly, hitherto unknown aunt with ties to the mystical Order of the Golden Dawn--a very fashionable secret society that has attracted the likes of Conan Doyle, Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats...and more than its fair share of deception and death. But when a murder unearthed at a nearby archaeological dig is followed soon after by two others much closer to home, Kathryn finds herself dangerously intrigued--and inextricably drawn into a conspiracy more lurid, shocking and far more deadly than anything found in her own popular fictions.

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Robin Paige (English Robin Paige ) is a pseudonym Susan Whittig Albert (Susan Wittig Albert) and her husband Bill Albert to publish detective stories set during the reigns of King Edward and Queen Victoria from the mid-1890s to 1903. The main characters of the detectives in this series are Kate Ardleigh Sheridan and Sir Charles Sheridan. Keith is an Irish American journalist who publishes under the pseudonym Beryl Bardwell. In the first book "Death at Bishops Keep" (1994), she comes to England, meets Sir Charles Sheridan and together they investigate the murder. In each of the twelve books in the series, while searching for the killers, Kate and Karl meet prominent figures of their time. So, in the second book of the series "Death at Gallows Green" (1995) Sheridans are assisted in the investigation by Beatrix Potter (Beatrix Potter), a famous children`s writer. The books in this series were written from 1994 to 2006, the authors do not intend to continue it anymore. Moreover, since 2004, Susan Whittig Albert writes and publishes under her real name "cozy" detectives ("cozy" -mysteries), where the murders in the Lake District are investigated by Beatrix Potter. The spouses` joint site is MysteryPartners.com . The title of the series from the authors is "The Robin Paige Victorian-Edwardian Mysteries". The publishers are "The Robin Paige Victorian Mysteries" and "Victorian Mysteries".  Bibliography The Robin Paige Victorian Mysteries 1994 - 1.

Death at Bishops Keep 1995 - 2.

Death at Gallow`s Green 1997 - 3.

Death at Daisy`s Folly 1998 - 4.

Death at Devil`s Bridge 1999 - 5.

Death at Rottingdean 2000 - 6.

Death at Whitechapel 2001 - 7.

Death at Epsom Downs 2002 - 8.

Death at Dartmoor 2003 - 9 Death at Glamis Castle 2004 - 10.

Death in Hyde Park 2005 - 11.

Death At Blenheim Palace 2006 - 12.

Death on the Lizard

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Robin Paige (English Robin Paige ) is a pseudonym Susan Whittig Albert (Susan Wittig Albert) and her husband Bill Albert to publish detective stories set during the reigns of King Edward and Queen Victoria from the mid-1890s to 1903. The main characters of the detectives in this series are Kate Ardleigh Sheridan and Sir Charles Sheridan. Keith is an Irish American journalist who publishes under the pseudonym Beryl Bardwell. In the first book "Death at Bishops Keep" (1994), she comes to England, meets Sir Charles Sheridan and together they investigate the murder. In each of the twelve books in the series, while searching for the killers, Kate and Karl meet prominent figures of their time. So, in the second book of the series "Death at Gallows Green" (1995) Sheridans are assisted in the investigation by Beatrix Potter (Beatrix Potter), a famous children`s writer. The books in this series were written from 1994 to 2006, the authors do not intend to continue it anymore. Moreover, since 2004, Susan Whittig Albert writes and publishes under her real name "cozy" detectives ("cozy" -mysteries), where the murders in the Lake District are investigated by Beatrix Potter. The spouses` joint site is MysteryPartners.com . The title of the series from the authors is "The Robin Paige Victorian-Edwardian Mysteries". The publishers are "The Robin Paige Victorian Mysteries" and "Victorian Mysteries".  Bibliography The Robin Paige Victorian Mysteries 1994 - 1. Death at Bishops Keep 1995 - 2. Death at Gallow`s Green 1997 - 3. Death at Daisy`s Folly 1998 - 4. Death at Devil`s Bridge 1999 - 5. Death at Rottingdean 2000 - 6. Death at Whitechapel 2001 - 7. Death at Epsom Downs 2002 - 8. Death at Dartmoor 2003 - 9 Death at Glamis Castle 2004 - 10. Death in Hyde Park 2005 - 11. Death At Blenheim Palace 2006 - 12. Death on the Lizard