Christine Poulson

Christine Poulson was born and brought up in North Yorkshire, England. She is now a research fellow at the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies at Sheffield University and chair of the William Morris Society. She has written widely on 19th-century art and literature, and her most recent work of non-fiction was a book on Arthurian legend in British art from 1840 to 1920. She lives with her family in a water mill in Derbyshire, England.


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Stage Fright
Cambridge Mysteries featuring Professor Cassandra James
Christine Poulson
Minotaur/Thomas Dunne Books

All is not well at Cambridge University's St. Ethelreda's College. The head of the English Department is dead, and Professor Cassandra James is appointed the...


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Murder Is Academic
Cambridge Mysteries featuring Professor Cassandra James
Christine Poulson
Minotaur/Thomas Dunne Books

All is not well at Cambridge University's St. Ethelreda's College. The head of the English Department is dead, and Professor Cassandra James is appointed the...


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