Lillian Stewart Carl

Lillian Stewart Carl writes in multiple genres at multiple lengths. Her work often features
paranormal/fantasy themes and always features plots based on mythology, history, and
archaeology.
The latest of her eighteen novels (so far) is THE MORTSAFE, sixth in a cross-genre series that
begins with THE SECRET PORTRAIT and continues on with THE MURDER HOLE, THE
BURNING GLASS ('The tightly woven plot is certain to delight history fans with its dramatic
collision of past and present.' Publisher's Weekly),THE CHARM STONE ('Carl's well-crafted
fourth Jean Fairbairn/Alasdair Cameron mystery takes Jean, a journalist for travel magazine Great
Scot, and Alasdair, a former detective, from Edinburgh to historic Williamsburg, Va.' Publisher's
Weekly), and THE BLUE HACKLE.
Of her twenty-five mystery, fantasy, and sf short stories, twelve are included in a collection titled
ALONG THE RIM OF TIME, and thirteen are collected in THE MUSE AND OTHER STORIES OF
HISTORY, MYSTERY, AND MYTH.
With John Helfers, Carl edited a retrospective on Lois McMaster Bujold's science fiction work,
THE VORKOSIGAN COMPANION (Baen Books, 2008), which was nominated for a Hugo award
and is now available in paperback.
All of her novels and short stories are available in print and in various electronic forms, including
Nook and Kindle.
Lillian Stewart Carl's website can be found at http://www.lillianstewartcarl.com