After his haystack was torched, Mr. Harmsworth barricaded a common path through his orchard. But witnesses-both human and animal-claim a ghost perpetrated the deed. And the ghost has a message that Miss Potter hopes to figure out. ries of Victorian-Edwardian mysteries under the name Robin Paige, which includes such titles as Death at Glamis Castle and Death at Whitechapel.
Biography Susan Wittig Albert grew up on a farm in Illinois and earned her Ph. D. at the University of California at Berkeley. A former professor of English and a university administrator and vice president, she now lives with her husband, Bill, in the country outside of Austin, Texas.
In addition to the China Bayles mysteries, she writes the Victorian Mysteries series, along with her husband, under the pseudonym of Robin Paige. Author biography courtesy of Penguin Books, LTD. Good To Know In our exclusive interview with Albert, she revealed some fun facts about herself My first job was selling ladies undies at Woolworths for 35 cents an hour in Danville, Illinois.
I learned to garden from my mother, who thought that the most important thing you did every spring was to plant the potatoes. I learned to read from my father, who never planted a potato in his life. Somehow, I managed to create a life and make a living between these two extremes.
Happily, I havent had to go back to selling undies. Not yet, anyway. I love living in the country with Bill, two black Labs, and a black cat.
Id rather read a book or write one than do just about anything else in the world, except maybe for gardening and sitting in a bathtub full of hot, hot water and bubbles. Or knitting, spinning, weaving, dyeing Im a fiber-arts fanatic. You can find out what Im doing today (or what I did yesterday) by checking out my web log, at susanalbert. typepad. comlifescapes (but theres no web cam, so dont look for me in the bathtub).