Jemima Norton

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Jemima Norton started writing when her children went to school. She wrote every afternoon in bound journals, and eventually the Hal Westwood Restoration Mysteries series was born.

Jemima lived in a tiny village on the edge of the Cotswolds of England with her husband and several cats. Her study overlooked the Malvern Hills and fields of sheep, and she drew inspiration from the surrounding landscape. There are English Civil War battlefields scattered throughout the region and the Battle of Worcester took place nearby, so the towns and villages in her books are based on real places in the Cotswolds. Her house was built in the 16th century and was visited by, amongst others, Sir Walter Raleigh. William Shakespeare is reputed to have staged his
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By Lands Department, Survey Office, Cartographic Branch, Photographic Section [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
It has been a lovely summer, but Autumn is moving in and the sky tells us the cycle of the year is with us already. The children are back off to school and quiet has descended on everything.
It has been quite a while since I have written a blog. Various things have kept me away, including the garden and our beloved new kitten, Dora. We have also had such good weather this year, it seemed rather Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 09, 2018 15:16
Average rating: 4.11 · 18 ratings · 6 reviews · 9 distinct works
Calling the Kettle Black

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The Mistletoe Bride

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A Trip to Jericho

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A Storm in the Wassail Bowl

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Dancing with Fire

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The Mistletoe Bride (Book 7...

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Repenting at Leisure

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A Flutter in the Dovecote

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