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Lynda S. Robinson


Lynda S. Robinson

Lynda S. Robinson (aka Suzanne Robinson) is the author of novels in two widely varying genres--historical romance and mystery. Taking advantage of her background in ancient cultures, she writes in periods extending from ancient Egypt to the Victorian period. She has a doctoral degree in anthropology with a specialization in archaeology from the University of Texas at Austin. She has done field work in both the Middle East and the United States, as well as museum research and work in exhibits of ancient art.

A native Texan, Robinson met her future husband in Houston when they were both nineteen, thus spoiling her plans for a freewheeling single career. After obtaining her degree Robinson burned out on academia. Then her husband pestered her into trying to write because he'd enjoyed her notes and letters. Suzanne sat down one day, wrote the first five pages of a novel, and-with a jolt of revelation-realized that was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. She is grateful to her husband, for an artistic career is a rare and precious gift.

Lynda S. Robinson

Books by Lynda S. Robinson

by Lynda S. Robinson

With the top secret investigation of Queen Nefertiti's murder in full gallop, Lord Meren is suddenly called away to investigate the bizarre death of Pharaoh Tutankhamen's favorite groom.