[Image Credit: Kate Quinn’s Instagram]
Before going to the twentieth century with New York Times bestsellers The Alice Network and The Huntress, she wrote four novels in the Empress of Rome Saga and two books set in the Italian Renaissance.
Quinn collaborated on Ribbons of Scarlet, an epic collaborative novel about the French Revolution, with authors Stephanie Dray, Laura Kamoie, E. Knight, Sophie Perinto, and Heather Webb.
|The Alice Network 
The Huntress 
|Date of Birth
|30 November, 1981
|Age (as of 2023)
|Long Beach, California, United States
|Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Classical Voice
|in centimeters- 186 cm
in meters- 1.86 m
in feet inches- 6'10"
|in kilograms- 70 kg
in pounds- 154 lbs
|Mistress of Rome (2010)
|Awards & Achievements
|New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of historical fiction
|Her Books In Order
|Relationships & Affairs
|Father- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
|Net Worth (approx.)
Her Books: You can check and buy all of her books in all format from here on amazon [click here].
Kate Quinn was born in the United States of America, California. She obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Classical Voice from Boston University.
She obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Classical Voice from Boston University.
Family and Relationship, Husband, Kids
There is no information about her parents, siblings, and others. Kate and her husband (a Navy officer on active duty) live in San Diego with their rescue dogs, Caesar and Calpurnia.
Kate Quinn is an American novelist best known for The Alice Network, a New York Times and USA Today best-selling historical fiction novel published in 2017.
The Huntress, her follow-up (and ninth novel), was well-received by The Washington Post and Kirkus Reviews in 2019.
She has authored three books set in ancient Rome: “Mistress of Rome,” “Daughters of Rome,” and “Empress of the Seven Hills,” which have all been translated into several languages.
For her fourth and fifth novels, “The Serpent and the Pearl” and “The Lion and the Rose,” Kate moved from ancient Rome to Renaissance Italy to tell the story of the Borgia family’s early years.
She’s also caught the blogging bug and has a blog full of historical fiction trivia, personal peeves, and intriguing facts.