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Rosemary Aitken (born 1942) is an English author, who has written a number of academic textbooks and historical novels under her own name, and a series of whodunnits set in Roman Britain under the pen name of Rosemary Rowe. Her writings are similar to that of Philip Boast, Gloria Cook and Winston Graham.

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Biography

Rosemary Aitken was born in Cornwall but spent much of her early life in New Zealand. Her professional career was spent teaching English Language and she has written a number of textbooks on this subject. Her first historical novel, The Girl from Penvarris, was published in 1995, the first in a series set in a fictional Cornish village.[1]

Under the name Rosemary Rowe she has written a series of mysteries, set in and around the Roman town of Glevum, (modern-day Gloucester). The detective in the stories, named Libertus, is a pavement-maker, whose expertise in mosaic patterns parallels his skill in resolving puzzling crimes.

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Cornish Sagas

  • The Girl from Penvarris (1995)
  • The Tinner's Daughter (1996)[2]
  • Cornish Harvest (1998)
  • Stormy Waters (2000)
  • The Silent Shore (2001)
  • The Granite Cliffs (2002)

Roman Mysteries

  • The Germanicus Mosaic (1999)[3]
  • A Pattern of Blood (2000)
  • Murder in the Forum (2001)
  • The Chariots of Calyx (2002)
  • The Legatus Mystery (2003)[4]
  • The Ghosts of Glevum (2004)[5]
  • Enemies of the Empire (2005)
  • A Roman Ransom (2006)
  • A Coin for the Ferryman (2007)[6]
  • Death at Pompeia's Wedding (2008)

Novels

  • Against the Tide (2004)
  • The Tregenza Girls (2006)
  • From Penvarris with Love (2008)

Text books

  • Make up Your Mind (1982)
  • Teaching Tenses (2002)
  • Writing a Novel: A Practical Guide (2003)

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