Fitzempress' LawDiana Norman
Three modern young people who commit a crime against an old woman who sends them back through time to the time of King Henry II (known as Fitzempress because he was the son of Empress Matilda) where they must solve serious personal problems by making use of the legal system.
Diana Norman (1933–2011) was a British author and journalist writing historical fiction and non-fiction. She was born in Devon. Her father was a journalist, and she followed this profession until moving to the countryside to "bring up two daughters, study medieval history, and write". She also published books under the pen name Ariana Franklin, featuring the fictional medieval pathologist Adelia Aguilar.
Diana Norman was married to the film critic Barry Norman. She died on 27 January 2011.
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