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Madeleine Robins has been a nanny, an administrator, an actor, and a part-time swordswoman; has trafficked book production, edited comics, and repaired hurt books. She’s also the author of five Regency romances, the New York Times Notable urban fantasy The Stone War, Daredevil: The Cutting Edge, and three Regency-noir mysteries, Point of Honour, Petty Treason, and The Sleeping Partner, featuring the redoubtable Sarah Tolerance, agent of inquiry. Sold for Endless Rue, an historical retelling of Rapunzel set at the medieval medical school of Salerno, was published in 2013. She is a founding member of the online authors’ cooperative Book View Café. A native New Yorker, Madeleine now lives in San Francisco with a dog, a husband, and a hegemonic lemon tree. She’s working on another book. MadeleineRobins.com. @MadERobins.
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Are you a fan of Tremontaine? Have you checked out our historical serial Whitehall yet? We’ve got five reasons why you’d love it!
We are delighted to announce that all the drama, scandal, and intrigue of Whitehall Season 1 has been gathered together and is available as a collected edition from the retailer of your choice!
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The season’s long journey finds all its players glittering in their finest (some, scandalously so) as the lights go up climactic season finale of Whitehall!
The consequences of neglect play out.
Recovering from her loss, Catherine seeks a rainbow after the rains.
What does it mean—emotionally and politically—for a royal couple to be suspected of infertility?
Sickness descends upon the vulnerable Catherine, setting all of Whitehall into chaos – but none more so than those who love her most.
Co-creators Liz and Delia are back on the blog, chatting about this how this week's royally dramatic episode came to be!
Matters of national import become the purview of closed-door conferences as one plot is exposed while another is reconsidered.
One of the great pleasures of writing Whitehall is simply the pleasure of traveling to England in my mind, wandering around smelling pies baking and exploring the deepest reaches of those old kitchens and admiring the pelicans in St. James Park.