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Donna Fletcher Crow, Novelist of British History, has written more than 50 books specializing in British Christianity. These books include: The Monastery Murders, clerical mysteries; Lord Danvers Investigates, Victorian true-crime; The Elizabeth and Richard series, literary suspense; and Glastonbury, The Novel of Christian England. She loves research and sharing you-are-there experiences with her readers.

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Donna Fletcher Crow, Novelist of British History

A traveling researcher engages people and places from Britain's past and present, drawing comparisons and contrasts between past and present for today's reader.

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Free Now Through Thursday April 7 Irish regency History

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ April 3, 2022

I am delighted to be able to offer my readers a free copy of my most recent release The Shaping of the Union, Of Plots and Parliaments, Epoch 8 in my Celtic Cross Series. The book will be free today, Sunday, April 3, through Thursday April 7.


Valiant Women Risk All for Ireland

1996, As conflict rages around her, American Mary Hamilton despairs of ever bringing about peace for the young people of Belfast. It was...


Interview Today

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ November 30, 2021

November 30, 2021 I talk about my passion for telling the stories in the Celtic Cross Series in a 15 minute interview--have a listen live all day today. The Author Show.



Margaret of Scotland, Queen and Saint

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ November 16, 2021

Today, November 16, is the day the Church calendar commemorates one of my favorite historical people—Queen Margaret of Scotland. Margaret wanted to be a nun, but God, history, and a very dynamic man changed all that.

When William the Conqueror defeated the Saxons at the Battle of Hastings—you know—“1066 And All That,” the English royal family had to flee to safety. To Hungary, they thought, but, again, God had other plans. A huge storm blew them onto the coast of Scotland.

Enter King Malcolm—yes, the one from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” Malcolm’s energy, force of personality, and love for Margaret knew no bounds. So, Margaret consented to be Malcolm...


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