Samuel Thomas

Sam Thomas is an assistant professor of history at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has received research grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Newberry Library, and the British Academy. He has published articles on topics ranging from early modern Britain to colonial Africa, and is currently writing a historical monograph on midwifery in seventeenth-century England. Thomas lives in Alabama with his wife and two children.

Samuel Thomas

Books by Samuel Thomas

by Samuel Thomas - Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

In 1644, Parliament's armies have risen against the King and laid siege to the city of York. Midwife Bridget Hodgson becomes embroiled in a different sort of rebellion when her friend, Esther Cooper, has been convicted of murdering her husband and is sentenced to be burnt alive. Convinced her friend is innocent, and Bridget joins forces with a servant, Martha Hawkins, and together they set out to find the real killer.