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Press Bio

Susan Coventry is a retired pediatric pathologist, now a full-time author of historical fiction. Her first novel, The Queen’s Daughter, set in the twelfth century, is the story of Eleanor of Aquitaine’s youngest daughter. Susan has moved from the Middle Ages to the turn-of-the-twentieth century, from Europe to the United States, and from writing for a YA audience to writing for adults. Her forthcoming novel, Till Taught by Pain, recounts the life and love of Dr. William S. Halsted, the troubled first surgeon-in-chief at the brand-new Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Susan also writes Regency Romance under the pen name, Carol Coventry. For pure escapist fun, discover Counting on Love, the first in a four-part series, The Taverstons of Iversley.