Anita Seymour

About me

The author of two 17th Century Family Sagas, and two Victorian Romances under the name Anita Davison. Royalist Rebel, my 17th Century Biographical novel of Elizabeth Murray, Countess Dysart is due for release by Claymore Books, an imprint of Pen and Sword Publishing in early 2013

From my website

1900-The Golden Age of the Transatlantic Steamship

SS Minneapolis at Tilbury - May 1900While in search of a location for my first venture into writing an Edwardian cosy mystery, I discovered the extensive information given on the Atlantic Transport Line Website. The ATL began a regular passenger service between New York and London in the early 1890s…

Release Day - Murder On The Minneapolis

Flora Maguire, governess to thirteen-year-old Edward, Viscount Trent, is on her way home to England from New York after the wedding of her employer’s daughter.  Conscious of her status among a complement of first class passengers on the ship’s maiden voyage, she avoids the dining room on the first night,…

Goodbye, Brimstone Butterfly - In Memoriam

I decided to repost this in loving memory of a friend - a virtual friend but one I find I miss quite a lot - and one which others appear to as well judging by the comments this article has received over the past three years. Please read them and…

 
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