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Can he come home again to the Plain life?


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Is Homecoming turns out more than new dresses…murdersacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil?


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Kaitlyn Dunnett


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Kathy Lynn Emerson | Hanging in There
September 19, 2011
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Pseudonym for Kathy Lynn Emerson.
Pseudonym: Kathy Lynn Emerson.

Kaitlyn Dunnett is the pseudonym I chose to use on my contemporary mysteries because I am better known under my own name (Kathy Lynn Emerson) for historical mysteries, nonfiction, and historical romances. I used a pseudonym once before, for three contemporary category romances I wrote for Silhouette. That name was Kaitlyn (the name I’d have given myself rather than Kathy Lynn) Gorton (my maiden name). I didn’t want to use the same pseudonym again, since these new books are mysteries, not romances, so I kept the Kaitlyn and borrowed the surname of one of my favorite authors, Dorothy Dunnett. I was hoping to reduce confusion by using different names for my contemporary and my historical mysteries, but opinion is mixed on whether this was a good idea or not. In the meantime, just to make things more complicated, I've started using yet another pseudonym, Kate Emerson, to write non-mystery historical novels set in the Tudor era.

I live on a Christmas tree farm in Maine with my husband and assorted cats and although I am not currently involved in things Scottish, I have been in the past.

 

Books:

Bagpipes, Brides and Homicides, July 2013
Liss MacCrimmon Series #6
Paperback
Scotched, November 2011
Liss MacCrimmon #5
Hardcover
The Corpse Wore Tartan, November 2010
Liss MacCrimmon Scottish Mystery #4
Hardcover
A Wee Christmas Homicide, October 2010
Liss MacCrimmon Series #3
Paperback (reprint)
A Wee Christmas Homicide, October 2009
Liss MacCrimmon #3
Hardcover
Scone Cold Dead, August 2009
Liss MacCrimmon #2
Paperback (reprint)
Kilt Dead, July 2008
Liss MacCrimmon #1
Paperback (reprint)

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