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Jane and the Year Without a Summer

Devotees of the series will welcome this addition and thrill to the many Austenian references.

That Churchill Woman

Fans of historical fiction based on famous women, such as Paula McLain's The Paris Wife, will enjoy getting the inside story on Lady Randolph Churchill, the smart, politically savvy, independent-minded American mother of the not-yet-famous Winston. Sure to be a book club favorite.—Laurie Cavanaugh, Thayer P.L., Braintree, MA

Jane and the Waterloo Map: Being a Jane Austen Mystery

As usual, Barron deftly imitates Austen's voice, wit, and occasional melancholy while spinning a well-researched plot that will please historical mystery readers and Janeites everywhere. Jane Austen died two years after the events of Waterloo; one hopes that Barron conjures a few more adventures for her beloved protagonist before historical fact suspends her fiction.

Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas: A Jane Austen Mystery

This is an excellent period mystery for all historical fiction fans, but Jane Austen devotees will especially appreciate immersing themselves in the many biographical details about Austen that accompany the fictional murder mystery.

Jane and the Canterbury Tale

A mysterious corpse in Jane's (Jane and the Madness of Lord Byron) backyard is somewhat of a wedding crasher for Adelaide Fiske and Andrew MacAllister...

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