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It has the well-crafted suspense I enjoy from good mystery novels.
I would recommend these books to any Austen or historical mystery fan, but would suggest you start from the beginning of the series.
JANE AUSTEN AND THE MADNESS OF LORD BYRON marks Stephanie Barron's tenth novel in the best-selling JANE AUSTEN MYSTERY series.
Yes, any Jane is better than no Jane, but the sparkle from the sexual tension between her and the Rogue added an extra fillip to the earlier part of the series that is now missing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stringcat3
This installation of a series beloved to me seems to have less"Jane" and more madness. While I am glad that Jane and Henry get to enjoy each other's company, the other... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Yvette Elaine Keller
I love the series has some historical data sewn into the story easy reading and I love mysteries. Makes Jane interestingPublished 11 months ago by donnamarie
Nowhere is it documented that the mistress of sense in fiction ever met the epitome of Romanticism, yet Stephanie Barron makes their encounters in Brighton both believable and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Joanne L Fisher
Stephanie Barron has written a series of books featuring Jane Austen as both writer and detective.. I imagine that readers who like Jane Austen's books and other writers... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Nancy R. Katz
Lovers of Jane Austen, gentle "mystery" novels (more about character and place than plot), and fans of the Regency romance genre will all appreciate this richly detailed historical... Read morePublished 21 months ago by N. Robinson
Stephanie Barron is a master of the Austen period and well-versed in Austen's life. It was not only entertaining; I learned quite a bit about Lord Byron and the delusional... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kathy Horvath
This review is fore Jane and the Madness of Lord Byron, the tenth book in the very successful Being A Jane Austen Mystery Series. Read morePublished 22 months ago by C. A. Boswell
Since the fad of real-historic-figures-as-sleuths started about 15 years ago everyone from Elizabeth I to Julius Caesar has solved at least one murder. Read morePublished 24 months ago by MJS