Biography

Christi Phillips

Christi Phillips is the author of The Rossetti Letter, which has been translated into six foreign languages. Her research combines a few of her favorite things: old books, libraries, and travel. When she’s not rummaging around in an archive or exploring the historic heart of a European city, she lives with her husband in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is at work on her next novel, set in France.

Christi Phillips

Books by Christi Phillips

by Christi Phillips - Fiction

London, 1672. A vicious killer stalks the court of Charles II, inscribing the victims’ bodies with mysterious markings. Are the murders the random acts of a madman? Or the violent effects of a deeply hidden conspiracy? Cambridge, 2008. Teaching history at Trinity College is Claire Donovan’s dream come true --- until one of her colleagues is found dead on the banks of the River Cam. The only key to the professor’s unsolved murder is the 17th-century diary kept by his last research subject, Hannah Devlin, physician to the king’s mistress.