The Monastery Murders
The complete series is now completely reedited, refreshed and republished, available in both ebook and paperback.
A Tincture of Murder
New release in the Lord Danvers Investigates series
Charles and Antonia are off to York leaving the smoking ruins of Danvers' ancestral home behind them. They need peace and quiet to recuperate from the near-tragedy. Instead they are thrown into nursing destitute fallen women in one of York's worst slums. Women who keep dying inexplicably. Is a mad poisoner stalking the streets of York?
A Victorian true-crime mystery with two historical crimes, one which set legal principles still followed in courts of law today and one more bizarre than anything dreamed up by Charles Dickens.
Where There Is Love
Where There is Love is an all-new presentation of Donna Fletcher Crow's beloved Cambridge Chronicles, a series chronicling the history, faith and loves of the Evangelical Anglicans of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Earlier print editions of these books are offered at the bottom of this page. Please note that Where Love Begins, the first book in the Where There is Love series, corresponds to the story told in A Gentle Calling. It is not the same as Where Love Begins in the print books.
Daughters of Courage
Through every generation, America's women have exhibited courage, spirit and faith. This sweeping family saga will help today's women find inspiration to triumph in the challenges we all face.
For the Daughters of Courage series, an Idaho pioneer family saga, I turned to stories of my own family.
"It's rare to find novels that combine a strong Christian ethic with such compelling storytelling. Because these are real people and real events, the experiences of faith challenged and faith triumphant are all the more meaningful. I hope that Donna Fletcher Crow's loving testament to her grandmother and mother and to the brave men and women who shaped our country will touch you as much as it did me."
--Lenore Person, Guideposts Books
Glastonbury: The Novel of Christian England
The Holy Grail lies somewhere in Glastonbury!
When Joseph of Arimathea and his little band of pilgrims sought asylum from Roman persecution they fled to Glastonbury—and carried with them the most sacred relic in all of Christendom.
This tiny, sheltered corner of Britannia—this holy "Isle of Avalon"—was also a place of refuge when King Arthur and his knights fought off the invading barbarian hoard. And it became Arthur's final resting place.
Centuries later, the discovery of Arthur's bones in Glastonbury sparked a great flowering of the faith and magnificent building—after a devastating fire nearly obliterated the work and worship of centuries.
Then, after the last abbot of Glastonbury was dragged to his death atop the Tor, the Abbey's splendid arches were left to crumble. Yet they stand today—as beacons of hope for the future.
Two millennia of history and legend intertwine around Glastonbury's broken arches. And through it all—through ages ancient and modern—the faithful have sought to answer the same question that Arthur asked: Where is the Holy Grail?
My epic Glastonbury: A Novel of Christian England, grew out of my lifelong fascination with the Arthurian legends. It begins with the birth of Christ and takes the reader through the lives of families in Celtic, Roman, Arthurian, Anglo-Saxon, Norman and Tudor Britain. The centerpiece is the Holy Grail as Austin Ringwode, last of the Glastonbury monks, seeks to understand the upheaval of his time. --Donna
Glastonbury Ebook Edition:
The Elizabeth & Richard Mysteries Book 5: A Most Singular Venture
Richard is teaching Jane Austen as a Queen of Crime at the University of London while Elizabeth researches all the London sites Jane knew. A lovely interlude to their summer until Richard's brother Andrew shows up to bid on a set of Jane Austen first editions, a pushy student intrudes on their agenda and they become responsible for a young boy. And then one of Andrew's business associates is murdered and he is accused of the deed.
Elizabeth and Richard are exploring Jane Austen's London, but their murderous opponent is all-too contemporary.
Reviews to Make my Day
Author Spotlight and a rave for A Very Private Grave Butterfly's Booknerdia. "This is definitely a novel that you want to read without distractions, so that you don't miss any of the subtle nuances or meticulous details that Crow so lovingly bestows upon this captivating story. I can't wait to read the sequel, A Darkly Hidden Truth."
September 5, 2017 Terry Odell interviews one of my favorite characters--the outspoken Aelfrida, Dowager Duchess of Athelstan: https://terryodell.com/character-interview-donna-fletcher-crows-aelfrida/
August 23, 2016, My writing process, my inspirations as a writer, my favorite books and more. A fun interview.
March 16, 2016, "Listen to Your Mother" The story behind the series launch
On Air Now
"The Crime Cafe" An in-depth interview about the whys and hows of writing Clerical Mysteries, specifically The Monastery Murders.
"The Donna Seebo Show" A super interview--it was such a delight to talk to an interviewer who had actually read my book (and loved it)! Click the above link, then scroll down to #317 June 25 2015 Donna Fletcher Crow. Click the box on the right (don't just highlight the show), then scroll on down to play selected files. It's a bit fiddly, but I hope it's worth it!
Personalized Autographed Copies Now Available!
Just in time for the holidays, personalized autographs are now available for print and ebooks. Visit the Authorgraph website to order. Free! If you want an autograph for an edition not shown, contact Donna and she will happily add it.