Susanna Calkins

Susanna Calkins (born November 3, 1971) is an American writer of historical mysteries, an historian, and a university teacher and administrator. Through 2020, her publications include five mystery novels in two series, as well as a work of non-fiction about higher education. Her third novel, ''The Masque of a Murderer'' won the Sue Feder Historical Mystery Award (a Macavity Award) in 2016 for Best Historical Novel.

Born in Philadelphia, Calkins attended Northwestern University, graduating with a Master of Science in education. She then went to graduate school at Purdue University, earning Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in history. Calkins was an assistant professor of history at the University of Louisville through 2003 before becoming a lecturer in higher-education administration and associate director of Searle Center for Advanced Learning & Teaching at Northwestern University. Calkins lives with her husband and two sons in the Chicago area. Provided by Wikipedia

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