Jane and His Lordships Legacy (Jane Austen Mysteries, #8) eBook – Z55z.co

From The Author Of Jane And The Ghosts Of Netley, Jane And His Lordship S Legacy Is Historical Suspense Writing At Its Very Finest, Graced With Insight, Perception, And Uncommon Intelligence Of Its Singular Heroine, In A Mystery That Will Test The Mettle Of Her Mind And Heart.


10 thoughts on “Jane and His Lordships Legacy (Jane Austen Mysteries, #8)

  1. Ivonne Rovira Ivonne Rovira says:

    I read Stephanie Barron s cozy mystery series featuring real life author Jane Austen in cahoots with a fictional roguish second son of a duke, Lord Harold Trowbridge view spoiler Lord Harold died in the seventh novel in the series, the one immediately before this one hide spoiler Now on her own in this eighth novel in the series, Jane, her silly mother, and her sensible sister Cassandra have been installed in a cottage in the Hampshire village of Chawthorn, a den of gossip and nasty doing I read Stephanie Barron s cozy mystery series featuring real life author Jane Austen in cahoots with a fictional roguish second son of a duke, Lord Harold Trowbridge view spoiler Lord Harold died in the seventh novel in the series, the one immediately before this one hide spoiler Now on her own in this eighth novel in the series, Jane, her silly mother, and her sensible sister Cassandra have been installed in a cottage in the Hampshire village of Chawthorn, a den of gossip and nasty doings On their very first day in the cottage, Jane discovers a corpse in the cottage s c...


  2. Mary Robinette Kowal Mary Robinette Kowal says:

    I so enjoy these books I got behind in my reading and was delighted to sink back into a good mystery which is also a well researched glimpse of Austen s life Don t worry, I know they are fiction, but the footnotes cover actual history I find this a lovely blending of real and fictional.


  3. Robert Robert says:

    In the older tradition, detectives tended to be never married or widowed Holmes, Marples, Poirot, etc A newer breed often has a series of lovers falling at his or her feet, but the detective hero or heroine always manages to avoid a permanent relationship How much harder then to balance the love life of a historical figure who, we know, never married Things were getting pretty serious, so it was clear our clever author was going to have to do something, and the blow was dealt in the last boo In the older tradition, detectives tended to be never married or widowed Holmes, Marples, Poirot, etc A newer breed often has a series of lovers falling at his or her feet, but the detective hero or heroine always manages to avoid a permanent relationship How much harder then to balance the love life of a historical figure who, we know, never married Things were getting pretty serious, so it was clear our clever author ...


  4. Georgiana 1792 Georgiana 1792 says:

    L ultimo libro tradotto in italiano di questa serie bellissima coincide con l arrivo rocambolesco, ma ovviamente fittizio di Jane Austen nel cottage di Chawton, dove visse dal 1809 fino alla sua morte, nel 1817.


  5. Laurel Laurel says:

    It is 1809, a significant year in the life of our esteemed authoress Jane Austen After close to five years of being shuffled about England between relatives, the three unattached Austen ladies widower Mrs Austen and her two unmarried daughters Jane and Cassandra are given permanent refuge by Jane s elder brother Edward Austen Knight in the village of Chawton They will live at Chawton cottage the former residence of the recently deceased steward of Edward s vast estate there Still privately It is 1809, a significant year in the life of our esteemed authoress Jane Austen After close to five years of being shuffled about England between relatives, the three unattached Austen ladies widower Mrs Austen and her two unmarried daughters Jane and Cassandra are given permanent refuge by Jane s elder brother Edward Austen Knight in the village of Chawton They will live at Chawton cottage the former residence of the recently dec...


  6. Becky Becky says:

    I found the rather closed setting of this one, the Austen women closeted away in Chawton, very appealing, especially after the international intrigue of the previous book Barron excels at the country village setting, imo I also liked seeing Jane as the master of her own time Not at the behest of a friend, nor in a busy city, just sort of solitary and directing her own ...


  7. Karin Karin says:

    Neither fan fiction nor mysteries are really my cup of tea, but this was a gift so I felt like I had to read it It was an easy, light read but didn t draw me in or have me on the edge of my seat wondering ...


  8. Elsie Elsie says:

    Good mysteryThis was a really good mystery, maybe my favorite of the series so far It is really interesting how the author uses the history of the time and of Jane Austin herself in the story Like this series a lot.


  9. Nadine Smith Nadine Smith says:

    I thought the story confusing at times.


  10. QNPoohBear QNPoohBear says:

    Do not read this review unless you have read Jane and the Ghosts of Netley.Jane and her family have finally removed to a cottage in Hampshire on the Knight estate owned by her brother Edward Jane feels she should be rejoicing in the move back to the country but her heart is heavy She mourns the loss of Lord Harold and wonders what he really thought of her Upon arrival, a London solicitor shows up at Chawton Cottage for Jane He brings with him a bequest from Lord Harold Lord Harold has left Do not read this review unless you have read Jane and the Ghosts of Netley.Jane and her family have finally removed to a cottage in Hampshire on the Knight estate owned by her brother Edward Jane feels she should be rejoicing in the move back to the country but her heart is heavy She mourns the loss of Lord Harold and wonders what he really thought of her Upon arrival, a London solicitor shows up at Chawton Cottage for Jane He brings with him a...