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The Face Down Collection #2 (Face Down Mysteries)

The Face Down Collection #2 (Face Down Mysteries)

by Kathy Lynn Emerson
The Face Down Collection #2 (Face Down Mysteries)

The Face Down Collection #2 (Face Down Mysteries)

by Kathy Lynn Emerson



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Following Volume One (2021), here is the second in this three-volume collection. Together for the first time are books four through seven in Kathy Lynn Emerson's Face Down series, hailed by Publishers Weekly as "a solid bet for historical mystery fans." Sixteenth-century gentlewoman, Susanna, Lady Appleton, is an expert on poisonous herbs who solves mysteries both large and small. Volume Two also includes three short stories connected to the novels.


Titles in Volume Two of The Face Down Collection are:

Face Down Beneath the Eleanor Cross

Face Down Under the Wych Elm

"The Riddle of the Woolsack"

Face Down Before Rebel Hooves

Face Down Across the Western Sea

"The Reiving of Bonville Keep"

"Lady Appleton and the Cripplegate Chrisoms"

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940166457684
Publisher: Kathy Lynn Emerson
Publication date: 01/11/2022
Series: Face Down Mysteries
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 955,004
File size: 837 KB

About the Author

With the June 30, 2020 publication of A Fatal Fiction, Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett will have had sixty-two books traditionally published. She won the Agatha Award and was an Anthony and Macavity finalist for best mystery nonfiction of 2008 for How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries and was an Agatha Award finalist in 2015 in the best mystery short story category. She was the Malice Domestic Guest of Honor in 2014. Currently she writes the contemporary Liss MacCrimmon Mysteries and the "Deadly Edits" series as Kaitlyn. As Kathy, her most recent book is a collection of short stories, Different Times, Different Crimes but there is a new, standalone historical mystery, The Finder of Lost Things, in the pipeline for October. She maintains three websites, at and and another, comprised of over 2000 mini-biographies of sixteenth-century English women, at A Who's Who of Tudor Women

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