The Delphic Women

Electra is the final book in Kerry Greenwood's extraordinary Delphic Women trilogy, which revels in the lives of some of history's legendary women.

Like Medea and Cassandra, the first two books in the series, Electra is an epic tale of love and lust, bravery and honour, trust and betrayal.

'My sandals were made to glide over the marble floor of the Palace of Mycenae, not to walk the road like a common market trader.

Medea = epic epicness

'This is a book I didn't want to end.

I dreamed about the characters for days afterward.'

Our most-talented and totally wonderful Kerry Greenwood has been scoring a few brownie review points for Medea - the first in her Delphic Women trilogy.

From Australia's also-own Tansy Rayner Roberts, to the creator of Rizzoli and Isles, and some US magzine/ reviews the word is spreading.

Which is perfect in the lead-up to the July release of Cassandra - the second in the Delphic Women series.

Historically Speaking - Kerry Greenwood on The Delphic Women Trilogy

I grew up with the sounds of other languages swirling around my youthful ears. Other words, other intonations, different stresses, different meanings.

I found it fascinating that you could have words which meant the same, in translation, but bore different meanings, like calling someone a cow in Arabic or in French. One is a compliment, one is an insult.

We're Celebrating - Sandy Curtis is now on Kindle

Great news - the complete range of Sandy Curtis ebooks is now available on Kindle!

But, wait, there's more... (sorry sorry sorry)

To celebrate we've marked down some of our original ebooks for December - as a bit of a Christmas present for all of our followers.

All our original ebooks have been marked down to $2.99 for this month.  Just to say thanks to everyone for your support in 2011.

NEWSFLASH - Medea by Kerry Greenwood


We here at Clan HQ are beside ourselves – to the left and right – knowing that our next book will arrive from the Printer tomorrow.

That's the big Printer who makes the paperbacks; not the little printer in the corner of the office.

You can order your copy of our newest book right now from the website.

You can wait till it hits all good bookshops next week.