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Kate Emerson
Kate Emerson was born in Liberty, New York and recieved an A.B. from Bates College and an MA from Old Dominion University. She is a member of the Historical Novel Society, the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime and other professional organizations. She currently lives in Maine. show more

Kate Emerson was born in Liberty, New York and recieved an A.B. from Bates College and an MA from Old Dominion University. She is a member of the Historical Novel Society, the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime and other professional organizations. She currently lives in Maine.
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More of the Most Happy Reader rated it 7 years ago
At the King’s Pleasure’ is the fourth book in Kate Emerson’s Secrets of the Tudor Court series. I’ve read the previously three books and I’ve truly enjoyed reading each one. In this novel our protagonist is Lady Anne Stafford. Lady Anne is the sister of The Duke of Buckingham, a man history remembe...
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More of the Most Happy Reader rated it 7 years ago
By Royal Decree is the third installment in Kate Emerson’s series, The Secrets of the Tudor Court. This series is unique is that each novel is narrated by an actual but marginal woman within the Tudor Court. I truly enjoy Emerson’s use of this innovative and fresh point of view and at the same tim...
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More of the Most Happy Reader rated it 7 years ago
Between Two Queens is the second in Kate Emerson's Secrets of the Tudor Court series. I adored the first, The Pleasure Palace, and high hopes and expectations for this read. I was surprised that Emerson followed up her immensely popular portrayal of Jane Popyncourt with such a surprising character...
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More of the Most Happy Reader rated it 7 years ago
From the beginning to the end I was captivated! I dare say that Kate Emerson has written a classic historical fiction – a fictional account framed by hard historical fact. This novel was a refreshing breath of air for me. In The Pleasure Place, the first in Emerson’s Secrets of the Tudor Court se...
Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it 7 years ago
Great historical details of the Tudor court, but aside from the historical aspects, I found little to enjoy in this book. The heroine was whiny and petulant, and her voice as a narrator was grating and made the book harder to tolerate.
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