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Jane and the Unpleasantness
at Scargrave Manor

by Stephanie Barron

This is the first in a series of lively Jane Austen mysteries. The style of writing and period details wonderfully reflect the Regency England. Woven through are well researched bits concerning the manners, status and limitations on the lives of the period’s young ladies of more fashion than means. The author further provides introductory information about Austen and interjects an occasional informative footnotes throughout the text.

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