A former secretary of the Crime Writers' Association, Judith Cutler has taught Creative Writing at universities and colleges for over thirty years and has run occasional courses elsewhere (from a maximum-security prison to an idyllic Greek island). She is the author of more than forty novels.
An old-fashioned account of estate life in Victorian England . for those interested in the living conditions in late-1800s England * <b>Library Journal</b> * A captivating series launch ... Readers will look forward to seeing more of this enterprising duo * <b>Publishers Weekly</b> on <b>The Wages of Sin</b> * A promising series debut with engaging characters, social commentary, and a Victorian twist on the ever popular upstairs-downstairs storyline * <b>Kirkus Reviews</b> on <b>The Wages of Sin</b> * Enjoyable ... The surprising conclusion definitely satisfies * <b>Publishers Weekly</b> on <b>Green and Pleasant Land</b> * Sparkling ... A tight plot complements the diverse and entertaining cast of characters * <b>Publishers Weekly</b> on <b>Death in Elysium</b> *