Here is the current official bio:
Kathy Lynn Emerson writes in a variety of genres and under several names. She is best known for her historical mysteries. In the Face Down series, featuring Susanna, Lady Appleton, sixteenth-century gentlewoman, herbalist, and sleuth, the most recent entry is Face Down O'er the Border (2007) but there is also a spin-off series featuring Lady Appleton's late husband's illegitimate daughter, Rosamond, as the sleuth. They are Murder in the Queen's Wardrobe, Murder in the Merchant's Hall and Murder in a Cornish Alehouse.
She is also the author of the Agatha-award-winning nonfiction book, How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries: The Art and Adventure of Sleuthing Through the Past. She has independently published A Who's Who of Tudor Women, a collection of mini-biographies of over 2300 sixteenth-century women and I Kill People for a Living, a collection of 115 essays.
The Diana Spaulding 1888 Mysteries feature a late nineteenth-century American journalist. Lethal Legend (set in Maine) follows Deadlier than the Pen (set in Maine), Fatal as a Fallen Woman (set in Colorado), and No Mortal Reason (set in rural New York State).
As Kaitlyn Dunnett, Kathy pens the contemporary Liss MacCrimmon Scottish-American Heritage Mysteries, set in the fictional Maine town of Moosetookalook and (starting in 2018) the Deadly Edits Mysteries featuring a retired teacher turned book doctor in a Sullivan County, New York setting.
Kathy and her husband live in Maine with assorted cats.