Donna Fletcher Crow, who lives in Idaho with her husband of 46 years, is the mother of 4, grandmother of 10 and author of over 30 books, mostly novels dealing with British history. Her best known book is the epic historical novel Glastonbury, The Novel of Christian England, which was awarded First Place, Historical Fiction, by the National Federation of Press Women.
Donna is reentering the fray with The Monastery Murders. The 1st in a series, A Very Private Grave, finds Felicity Howard, a young American studying for the Anglican priesthood at the College of the Transfiguration in Yorkshire, is devastated when she finds her beloved Fr. Dominic bludgeoned to death and Fr. Antony, her church history lecturer, soaked in his blood. Link to book: tinyurl.com/dy8cy2s
She says, "I write historical novels and contemporaries that draw heavily on historical background, because I believe it is vitally important that we not loose touch with our rich historical heritage The triumphs of the faithf