K. A. S. Quinn was born and raised in California and studied History and English at Vassar College. For ten years she was the publisher of the Spectator. She has written for The Times, Telegraph, Independent and Wall Street Journal, as well as appearing on Any Questions, A Good Read, Famous Lives and Broadcasting House for the BBC. She lives in London and has two small boys. She still reads children's books in bed, after lights out, with a torch.
An ordinary girl - extraordinary adventures in time. The thrilling historical adventures of The Queen Must Die, The Queen Alone and The Queen At War are now available as a trilogy for the first time. In twenty-first century New York, peculiar things are happening to Katie Berger-Jones-Burg. One minute, she's at home with her pop-star mother - the next, she's hurtling back through time to Victorian England. Queen Victoria's reign is constantly threatened by political and supernatural plots, and everyone is relying on Katie to save the day. But what will happen when Katie's time runs out?
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