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Linda Tyler

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Linda Tyler writes historical romance novels. Her debut novel, Revenge of the Spanish Princess (published by Ulverscroft), a swashbuckling romantic adventure set in the Mediterranean in the 1600s, is a Romance Writers of America competition winner. The Laird’s Secret (Bloodhound Books), set in rural Scotland in the 1950s, was Commended in the Scottish Association of Writers’ Pitlochry Quaich competition. Summer Intrigue (Ulverscroft) is a Regency romance involving a spy for Napoleon Bonaparte at a country house party.

She lives with her husband in a village on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. Linda has raised children, bred dogs and kept chickens. A former legal academic and practitioner with a PhD in criminology, she now runs self-catering holiday accommodation, sings in a local choir and is walked daily by the family dog.

Linda also writes historical cosy crimes set in Scotland under the name Lydia Travers.

Other Awards

Romance Writers of America New Beginnings competition winner.

Commended in the Scottish Association of Writers’ Pitlochry Quaich competition.

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