William Kuhn

William Kuhn is a biographer, historian, and the author, most recently, of READING JACKIE: Her Autobiography in Books; an account of the editorial life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. He has written three previous books: DEMOCRATIC ROYALISM; HENRY AND MARY PONSONBY: Life at the Court of Queen Victoria; and THE POLITICS OF PLEASURE: A Portrait of Benjamin Disraeli. Most recently Kuhn has been a professor of history at Carthage College and he has held fellowships from the Social Science Research Council and the National Endowment of the Humanities. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

William Kuhn

Books by William Kuhn

by William Kuhn - Fiction, Historical Fiction

MRS. QUEEN TAKES THE TRAIN wittily imagines the kerfuffle that transpires when a bored Queen Elizabeth strolls out of the palace in search of a little fun, leaving behind a desperate team of courtiers who must find the missing Windsor before a national scandal erupts.