Order of Kate Kingsbury Books
Kate Kingsbury is one of the pen names of British novelist Doreen Roberts Hight. As Kingsbury, she writes cozy mystery novels. In addition to that, she also writes mysteries as Rebecca Kent and Allison Kingsley. She also writes romance novels under her birth name of Doreen Roberts. She writes the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries, Manor House Mysteries and other series. Before becoming a novelist, Doreen worked in offices and in a restaurant. She lives in Oregon with her husband that she met in a chat room.
Kate Kingsbury became a published author in 1987 with the romance novel Gambler’s Gold, which she wrote under her real name of Doreen Roberts. The novel was written on a typewriter. Her first novel writing under her Kate Kingsbury pen name was Room With a Clue and was published in 1993. Below is a list of Kate Kingsbury’s books in order of when they were first released (under all of her pen names):
Publication Order of Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Rodeo Men Books
Publication Order of Manor House Mysteries Books
|A Bicycle Built for Murder||(2001)|
|Death is in the Air||(2001)|
|For Whom Death Tolls||(2002)|
|Dig Deep for Murder||(2002)|
|Paint by Murder||(2003)|
|Fire When Ready||(2004)|
|An Unmentionable Murder||(2006)|
Publication Order of Bellehaven House Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Raven’s Nest Bookstore Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Notes: The Bellehaven House Mysteries were written as Rebecca Kent. The Raven’s Nest Bookstore Mysteries were written as Allison Kingsley. All standalone novels, plus the Rodeo Men series, were written as Doreen Roberts. The collection Murder, They Wrote also contains stories by Mary Daheim, Jane Dentinger, Marjorie Eccles, Sally Gunning, Jean Hager, Ellen Hart, Janet Laurence, Marlys Millhiser and Nancy Pickard.
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Kate Kingsbury Synopsis: In Where There’s Smoke by Doreen Roberts, Turner Mitchell is a widower who doesn’t have much left except for his daughter. Claire Spencer is his daughter’s godmother and offered to help him fight for custody, but Turner refused, believing she had ulterior motives. Claire had promised her best friend to look after her daughter, but even though Turner infuriates her, he has captured her heart. Now, she has to do everything within her power to hold her feelings inside while at the same time trying to help him. The novel, originally published in 1994, has been reissued in eBook format by Harlequin Treasury.