Donna Fletcher Crow
Donna Fletcher Crow (US) is the author of forty-some books, mostly novels dealing with the history of British Christianity. She is the author of The Monastery Murders series; The Lord Danvers Victorian True-Crime series; The Elizabeth & Richard literary mysteries, GLASTONBURY,A Novel of the Holy Grail and more.
Fay Sampson (UK) is a writer of adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, including A MALIGNANT HOUSE, #2 in the Susie Fewings series, a British Crime Club Pick.
By Fay Sampson ~ March 23, 2015
I have just been watching the opening stages in the reburial of the bones of Richard III, who was killed at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. He was the last of the Plantaganet kings and the last English king to die in battle.
It is the culmination of a remarkable story. The victor Henry Tudor, who became Henry VII,... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ March 9, 2015
I've always been fascinated by stories of the intrepid Victorian Travelling Women who conquered distant desert sands and scaled rugged heights— all in proper corsets and long skirts, of course. So I was doubly honored to be included in the exhibit of Idaho's literary traveling women at the BSU Library. .
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ February 18, 2015
A big thank you to Donna for inviting me to be a guest blogger today. Donna and I both live in Idaho, we both love a good book, and we both love an adventure away from home, especially if it involves research for a new book.
My latest book, LOST AND... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ January 21, 2015
One of the most universally held daydreams of Janeites (perhaps second only to dancing with Mr. Darcy) is a visit to Chawton Cottage, Jane Austen's home where she lived so happily with her sister Cassandra, her mother and their friend Martha Lloyd, and where her writing at last truly flowered. For me, the dream came true in 2012 when I was following the Jane Austen Trail as research for my literary suspense A Jane Austen Encounter.
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ December 8, 2014
Jane Austen was born on the 16th of December, 1775, at the quiet rectory of Steventon in rural Hampshire. Two Hundred and thirty-nine years later the world is still celebrating her birthday as a heartfelt "Thank you" for the enormous joy her six novel and assorted minor works have brought to our lives.
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ November 19, 2014