"Murder at the War" author interviewed

Author and SCA member Mary Kuhfeld, creator of Murder at the War and the Sister Frevisse mysteries (written under the names of Mary Monica Pulver and Margaret Frazier), was interviewed recently by David Gustafson of the Star Tribune.

Gustafson writes:

"She started as Margaret of Shaftesbury, a pseudonym she adopted as a member of a medieval reenactment society, when she self-published chapbooks. Then came Mary Monica Pulver with a series of short stories -- and her first professional sale, to Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. She used her real name in a series of stories she wrote with her husband. She collaborated with a friend (Gail Frazer) and the duo became Margaret Frazer. Then her editor asked her to cook up a new series of mysteries -- oh, and to get a new name (she wouldn't want to confuse readers), and that's how Monica Ferris came to be."