I’m a writer and historian with a focus on 14th century Britain. “We” are actually one person, Candace Robb; “Emma Campion” is a pseudonym to distinguish between my crime novels (Candace) and my historical novels (Emma). My novels are set in the late 13th through early 15th centuries.
Writing as Candace Robb I’ve published the first book in the Kate Clifford mysteries (The Service of the Dead), 10 Owen Archer mysteries (The Apothecary Rose, The Lady Chapel, The Nun’s Tale, The King’s Bishop, The Riddle of St Leonard’s, A Gift of Sanctuary, A Spy for the Redeemer, The Cross-legged Knight, The Guilt of Innocents, and A Vigil of Spies) and the Margaret Kerr trilogy (A Trust Betrayed, The Fire in the Flint, and A Cruel Courtship), an Owen Archer short story, “The Bone Jar” that was published in a CWA anthology and then Ellery Queen Magazine, and is now available as an e-book, and one contemporary crime short story, “Karma,” in Murder Past, Murder Present, Twilight Times Books 2009, a project of the American Crime Writers League.
As Emma Campion I’ve written two historical novels about women in the court of King Edward III whose reputations intrigued me: The King’s Mistress, a novel of Alice Perrers (2009 UK, 2010 US), and A Triple Knot, a novel of Joan of Kent (8 July 2014, Crown/Broadway US).