Lynda Dunwell
Historical Romantic Novelist

Lynda Dunwell writes novels set in the 19th or 20th centuries.

Although she does have plans for future novels from different time periods.
Titanic Twelve Tales is a short story anthology published in the centenary year of the Titanic disaster. Twelve short stories all with a Titanic theme. 

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Edwardian Novels
Welcome to my world of historical romantic fiction.

Do you enjoy reading adventurous historical romantic

novels either sweet Regency romances or gritty Victorian

crime/romance adventures? 
Or somewhere in between?

Then you have come to the right place. 

My love for historical fiction began many years ago when I read the novels of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer and Charles Dickens. However, my world of romantic fiction really began when I was twelve years old and read Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind. it was the first book I simply could not put down.

My books are much shorter and intended to be fast reading for relaxation and enjoyment. Yes, sheer escapism from our busy lives and this complex world we live in. So why not join me?

My latest novel What is Love's Sign? is a gritty Victorian crime/romance set in the industrial Midlands of England in the 1880s. It is the first in a series of books featuring tough new investigator Josh Walker. 

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Published by Romantic Reads Publishing
Marrying the Admiral's Daughter was my debut novel published in November 2011. It was a contender for the Romantic Novelists' Association Joan Hessayon Award in 2012. Further further details click Novels
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Regency Novels