Royal Inheritance


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Gallery Books
Publish Date
5.38 X 8.19 X 0.9 inches | 0.66 pounds
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About the Author

Kate Emerson was born in Liberty, New York, and attended Bates College and Old Dominion University. She currently lives in Wilton, Maine. She is a member of the Historical Novel Society, the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and other professional organizations. Emerson also writes a Scottish mysteries series as Kaitlyn Dunnett. She currently lives in rural Western Maine with her husband and three cats. Visit her at


"In the first in Emerson's series, it's hard to tell where reality ends and fiction begins. Rich and lushly detailed, teeming with passion and intrigue, this is a novel in which you can happily immerse yourself in another time and place."--Kathe Robins "RT Book Reviews "
"Readers with a voracious appetite for Tudor-set novels will take Emerson's Secrets of the Tudor Court series to heart. It is more than the careful research, dramatic events, and lush details they savor; it is how Emerson merges little known historical personages and history into a powerful novel where ordinary people take center stage. This new outlook on history makes for realism, while tugging at readers' hearts and stimulating minds to learn more about the era. Well-crafted historical fiction, romance and passion fill every page."--Romantic Times Book Reviews, four and a half star review
"Imagining the life story of Audrey Malte, an actual historical figure, [Emerson] reliably mixes court intrigue and the complicated politics of Henry's life and multiple wives with the fascinating private journey of a young woman who gradually becomes aware of her royal heritage...Another satisfying, page-turning addition to Emerson's series."--Publishers Weekly
"5/5 Kate did it again! She might as well be called the Tudor goddess. I loved every page of "Royal Inheritance" because it was so exciting...makes for excellent reading. I highly recommend all of Kate's novels because they are so much fun to read. They seem to surprise me every time."--Historically Obsessed
"A wonderfully absorbing novel that is full of enough historical detail to satisfy even the most hard-core Tudor fan. Emerson beautifully depicts the difficulty of living in a treacherous period in which one had to do what the king's pleasure demanded, in spite of the risk of losing one's head."--Library Journal
"Sparked by an actual letter written by a Spanish ambassador in 1534, Emerson creates a believable scenario rich in accurate detail where her fictional Thomasine strolls comfortably next to real-life figures."--Publishers Weekly
"An engaging tale of loyalty, love, and treachery in the court of King Henry VIII."--Fresh Fiction
"Intrigue, romance and treachery abound in this well-researched, sensitively written book."
--Renaissance magazine
"It is this heroine that separates this book from the pack. The characters are subtle and well-drawn.."--Publishers Weekly