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Emily Organ
I write historical mysteries and thrillers with strong female characters. THE RUNAWAY GIRL SERIES is a trilogy of thrillers set in 14th century London. The sights, smells and dangers of medieval life are combined with contemporary themes into a page-turning read.2017 sees the publication of a... show more



I write historical mysteries and thrillers with strong female characters. THE RUNAWAY GIRL SERIES is a trilogy of thrillers set in 14th century London. The sights, smells and dangers of medieval life are combined with contemporary themes into a page-turning read.2017 sees the publication of a series of Victorian mysteries featuring the Fleet Street reporter Penny Green. LIMELIGHT is the first book and set in late 19th century London. Penny Green must help Scotland Yard solve the mystery of an actress who appears to have died twice. It's a whodunnit which will keep you guessing until the very end.I live in the south of England. Get my latest updates at emilyorgan.co.uk/newsletter

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Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it 6 years ago
My daughter was obsessively reading a fairy tale retelling series that was available through the KU library, so I decided to use my "free trial" and activate. I wanted to find a few books to read as well, and I'm a historical mystery fan, so I decided to give this one a try. The main character was...
She reads, she watches and sometimes she goes outside
Well written, good characters but a little more detailed descriptions would have helped in some parts (would have made it a longer book though)I enjoyed the set up and the threads that continued right through the story. In a lot of ways not much happened but somehow it was still a good read.
Watch - Eat - Read
Watch - Eat - Read rated it 7 years ago
Well written, good characters but a little more detailed descriptions would have helped in some parts (would have made it a longer book though)I enjoyed the set up and the threads that continued right through the story. In a lot of ways not much happened but somehow it was still a good read.
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