warm welcome to the website of Susanna Gregory, the author of numerous medieval murder mysteries, Restoration whodunits, and other historical crime fiction. Thank you for taking the time to visit.
This is the place where you can find out more about:
- Matthew Bartholomew and the books set in 14th century Cambridge
- Thomas Chaloner and Restoration London
- Simon Beaufort’s Crusader knight Geoffrey Mappestone in the early 12th century, as well as a couple of more-modern mysteries
- The Medieval Murderers
- Beau Riffenburgh and his history books
You will also always be able to find information here about my latest books.
And if there is any special news to tell you, this will be the place to find it. One of my most exciting pieces of information is that A Grave Concern, the twenty-second Matthew Bartholomew mystery, just appeared this summer. Meanwhile, the twelfth Thomas Chaloner adventure is already with the publisher and is due out in a few months. I certainly had a great time researching and writing both of them, and I hope that you find them as enjoyable as I did. In other news, Severn House recently published The Killing Ship, an eco-thriller taking place in the Antarctic, which Beau and I wrote under the pseudonym Simon Beaufort. Beau has also been busy working on books for the Fram Museum in Oslo. By the end of the year, two more should be published, one about Carl Anton Larsen, the founder of the Antarctic whaling industry, and the other about the Southern Cross Expedition, the first time men wintered on the Antarctic continent. Each will accompany the Fram Museum’s exhibitions that are due to open later this year. Looking ahead, he is working on the edited diaries of Andy Watson and Alexander Kennedy, two members of the little-known Western Base on Douglas Mawson’s Australasian Antarctic Expedition. So there will be lots of new exciting tales there! Meanwhile, the twenty-third Bartholomew is already in the works, and I’ve even begun working on the thirteenth Chaloner adventure. So with all of these options, I hope you will find one, or more, books that will give you a great reading experience.
Thank you again for visiting. Please come back soon!