Jacqueline Winspear
Jacqueline Winspear

read the blog

News


Read the latest newsletters

NPR's Maureen Corrigan broadcast a retrospective of Jacqueline's Maisie Dobbs series and reviewed her new standalone, The Care and Management of Lies.

Leaving Everything Most Loved, the latest novel featuring psychologist & investigator Maisie Dobbs, is now out in hardcover.

Elegy for Eddie is now out in paperback in the UK. It was named one of the "9 Mysteries Every Thinking Woman Should Read" by Oprah Winfrey. Like some of the earlier books, it has been nominated for the Bruce Alexander Award for Best Historical Novel and the Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel!

A Lesson in Secrets was nominated for the Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel and the Bruce Alexander Award for Best Historical Mystery.

The Mapping of Love & Death won the 2011 Bruce Alexander Memorial Historical Mystery Award.

Jackie speaking on The Mapping of Love & Death at Warwick's in La Jolla, California:

A Study in Sherlock
Cherished
Why We Ride

Jacqueline's story, "A Spot of Detection" appears in the short story collection, A STUDY IN SHERLOCK, edited by Laurie King and Leslie Klinger, published by Bantam.

Jacqueline's essay, "My Sal" appears in Cherished: 21 Writers on Animals They Have Loved and Lost. You can order it from Amazon.

Jacqueline Winspear contributed an essay to the anthology Why We Ride. Each of the 27 essays collected includes the heartfelt thoughts of a range of women on the most important animals in their lives—their horses. Order it from Amazon.

Jacqueline Winspear talks about her readers, their comments and the questions they pose to her (read it here)

For UK readers: The April 2010 My Weekly magazine includes "Eleanor's Garden," the short story Jacqueline was commissioned to write for the magazine's "Spring Special" edition. She also wrote a short essay about memories of spring when she was growing up in Kent. "Eleanor's Garden" follows publication of two short stories featured in the magazine last year—"Vanishing Point" about a woman who uses a train crash to leave an abusive marriage, and "The Scent of Love," about a young blind woman and her dog—who can smell true love when it appears in her life.

Q & A With Jacqueline about Among The Mad, her sixth novel (read it here)

Author Interview on JuliaSpencerFleming.com (read it here)

Feature Writer on Barnes & Noble.com (read it here)

top