Susanna Calkins

Episode 101
1h 4m | May 8, 2023

Susanna Calkins writes award-winning historical fiction, including the Lucy Campion mysteries set in 17th century London and the Speakeasy Murders set in 1920s Chicago. Her books have been nominated for the Agatha, Mary Higgins Clark, Anthony, Macavity, and Lefty (best historical). She holds a PhD in early modern English history and is currently a university administrator. She grew up in Philadelphia and lives in the Chicago area, with her husband and two sons.

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