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by Kathy Lynn Emerson

eBook Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century Gentlewoman, Herbalist and Sleuth download ISBN: 1932009205
Author: Kathy Lynn Emerson
Publisher: Crippen & Landru Publishers; First Edition edition (April 16, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 229
ePub: 1182 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

Murders and Other Confusions book. No revisionist feminists but stone tough 16th Century women, dealing within the mazes of the paths allowed to them.

Murders and Other Confusions book. This author's technical knowledge of so many husbandry skills used and trades processes are imbedded in every story. Trade routes and business guilds- all just awesome.

Susanna, Lady Appleton was a gentlewoman, a herbalist (author of A Cautionary Herbal, being a compendium of plants . New introduction and historical notes to each story by the author, and a checklist of Kathy Lynn Emerson’s novels and stories.

Susanna, Lady Appleton was a gentlewoman, a herbalist (author of A Cautionary Herbal, being a compendium of plants harmful to the health) – and an expert crime-solver during the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I, Queens of England during the turbulent 16th century. It was a time when religious differences were fought with the sword and the torture chamber, and an ardent Protestant could be burned at the stake for heresy under the rule Mary and an fervent Catholic could be executed for treason under the rule of Elizabeth.

Susanna, Lady Appleton was a gentlewoman, a herbalist (author of A Cautionary Herbal, being a. .

The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, of the Face Down mystery series. Historical mystery short stories by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by Crippen and Landru. Susanna, 16th century gentlewoman, herbalist and sleuth, solves mysteries and puzzles that baffle her contemporaries. These eleven stories conclude the Face Down series.

The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, of.Books related to Murders and Other Confusions. Historical mystery short stories by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by Crippen and Landru Murders and Other Confusions - eBook.

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As Kathy Lynn Emerson, she writes the Face Down Mysteries featuring Susanna Appleton, 16th-century gentlewoman, herbalist, and sleuth(including novels and a short story collection,Murders and Other Confusions, Crippen & Landru, 2004), and The Diana.

As Kathy Lynn Emerson, she writes the Face Down Mysteries featuring Susanna Appleton, 16th-century gentlewoman, herbalist, and sleuth(including novels and a short story collection,Murders and Other Confusions, Crippen & Landru, 2004), and The Diana Spaulding 1888 Mysteries featuring a late 19th-century journalist Contents.

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Susanna, Lady Appleton was a gentlewoman, a herbalist (author of A Cautionary Herbal, being a compendium of plants harmful to the health) – and an expert crime-solver during the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I, Queens of England during the turbulent 16th century. It was a time when religious differences were fought with the sword and the torture chamber, and an ardent Protestant could be burned at the stake for heresy under the rule Mary and an fervent Catholic could be executed for treason under the rule of Elizabeth.

In these eleven stories (five of which are previously unpublished), Susanna investigates a body found in a dovecote, death by Devil’s Turnips, the woman whose babies always died by being "overlaid"; the use of a Neck Verse to save a condemned prisoner’s life, the mysterious tavern sign of a woolsack, and other cases full of the color and danger of the 16th century.

New introduction and historical notes to each story by the author, and a checklist of Kathy Lynn Emerson’s novels and stories. Cover painting by Linda Weatherly S. Cover design by Deborah Miller. This is a signed, numbered edition, with a separate pamphlet containign extracts from Lady Appleton's Herbal

Comments: (6)
Galubel
I enjoy the Lady Appleton series by Kathy Lynn Emerson. This is a collection of short stories that fill in some of the time between the books of the series and add further enjoyment and enlightenment. It is clear that the author has taken a lot of time to research and is willing to share lots and lots more pieces of the period to deeply color her writing. This volume is a good addition.
Small Black
I love all the, Lady Appleton series & this book of short stories in chronological order fill in some of the times between books. A great fun read.
Ironfire
I thought this book was great. I've enjoyed all of the Lady Appleton mysteries and it is easy to become involved in her life. This book of short stories filled in the gaps and was easy to follow chronilogically. Looking forward to more.
Unnis
great
Nuliax
This is an interesting collection of stories. They center around the characters featured in this series. The stories generally
hold your interest and give you a look at the other characters in this series.
Tygrarad
Lady Susanna Appleton is a sixteenth century education for the history fanatic; her adventures cover a wide reach of Elizabethan society in a way that humanizes the period and teaches the reader the language of the time. I am not a short story reader but I found these tales to be a delightful introduction to a character I will persue into the "Face Down" series. An invented character with a creative past, Lady Susanna has piqued my interest in the period and I want to know more. Emerson writes well, totally immersing her reader in the post-Henry VIIIth chaos of Renaissance England. A real joy to read!