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Tasha Alexander was born on December 1st, 1969, in South Bend. In addition to being philosophy professors at Notre Dame, her parents were Anastasia (Friel) and Gary Gutting. An American author who writes historical mystery fiction that is bestselling in the New York Times. The son of Anastasia (Friel) and Gary Gutting, two philosophy professors at Notre Dame, Alexander was born and raised in South Bend, Indiana.
2002: A passage from Dorothy L. Sayers' Gaudy Night inspired her to work on her first novel in while living in New Haven, Connecticut.
2005: As part of the Lady Emily series, Carolyn Marino acquired the book, And Only to Deceive, published.
Her second novel was written in a local Starbucks while she lived in Franklin, Tennessee.
2010: Alexander moved to Chicago, where she married British novelist Andrew Grant (the brother of bestselling author Lee Child).
She left William Morrow Books in 2007 because Minotaur Books "lured her away."
Lady Emily and Colin Hargreaves follow their adventures across cities throughout Europe in the Lady Emily series, set in the 1890s and 1900s.
2007: Elizabeth: The Golden Age
2016: Before a Bohemian Scandal
2020: Private Investigations
The Bruce Alexander Award and the RT Reviewers Choice Award have been presented to Alexander for his work in more than a dozen languages.