Kate Ellis Profile and Books

Kate Ellis grew up in Liverpool and studied drama in Manchester. She always wanted to be a writer, but worked in a variety of jobs – teaching, accounting, marketing, before achieving her ambition with the publication of her first novel in 1998.

She is interested in crime, history and archaeology and these interests are reflected in her novels.

Ellis has two ongoing series, the Wesley Peterson series and the Joe Plantagenet series as well as a number of standalone novels. She has also published several short stories in magazines and anthologies.

She lives in Cheshire with her husband and two grown children.

Novels

Wesley Peterson series:

  • The Merchant’s House (#1) (1998)
  • The Armada Boy (#2) (1999)
  • An Unhallowed Grave (#3) (1999)
  • The Funeral Boat (#4) (2000)
  • The Bone Garden (#5) (2001)
  • A Painted Doom (#6) (2002)
  • The Skeleton Room (#7) (2003)
  • The Plague Maiden (#8) (2004)
  • A Cursed Inheritance (#9) (2005)
  • The Marriage Hearse (#10) (2006)
  • The Shining Skull (#11) (2007)
  • The Blood Pit (#12) (2008)
  • A Perfect Death (#13) (2009)
  • The Flesh Tailor (#14) (2010)
  • The Jackal Man (#15) (2011)
  • The Cadaver Game (#16) (2012)
  • The Shadow Collector (#17) (2013)
  • The Shroud Maker (#18) (2014)
  • The Death Season (#19) (2015)
  • The House of Eyes (#20) (2016)
  • The Mermaids Scream (#21) (2017)

Joe Plantagenet series:

  • Seeking the Dead (#1) (2008)
  • Playing with Bones (#2) (2009)
  • Kissing the Demons (#3) (2011)
  • Watching the Ghosts (#4) (2012)
  • Walking by the Night (#5) (2015)

Other

  • The Devil’s Priest (2006)
  • A High Mortality of Doves (2016)

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