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Jane and the Barque of Frailty by Stephanie Barron

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Also by Stephanie Barron:

That Churchill Woman, February 2019
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Jane and the Waterloo Map, February 2016
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Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas, November 2014
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Jane And The Canterbury Tale, September 2011
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The White Garden, October 2009
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A Flaw In The Blood, March 2008
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Jane and the Barque of Frailty, November 2007
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Jane and the Barque of Frailty, December 2006
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Jane and His Lordship's Legacy, March 2005
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Jane And The Ghosts Of Netley, May 2004
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Jane And The Prisoner Of Wool House, November 2002
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Jane And The Stillroom Maid, May 2001
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Jane And The Genius Of The Place, February 2000
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Jane And The Wandering Eye, November 1998
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Jane And The Man Of The Cloth, December 1997
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Jane And The Unpleasantness At Scargrave Manor, December 1996
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Jane and the Barque of Frailty
Stephanie Barron

Jane Austen #9
Bantam
November 2007
On Sale: October 30, 2007
368 pages
ISBN: 0553584081
EAN: 9780553584080
Paperback (reprint)
$6.99
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Mystery Woman Sleuth

In her latest spellbinding escapade, Jane Austen arrives in London to watch over the printing of her first novel, and finds herself embroiled in a crime that could end more than her career. For it is up to Jane to tease a murderer out of the ton, lest she—and her country—suffer a dastardly demise.…

On the heels of completing Sense and Sensibility, Jane heads to Sloane Street for a monthlong visit with her brother Henry and his wife, Eliza. Hobnobbing with the Fashionable Great at the height of the Season, Jane is well aware of their secrets and peccadilloes. But even she is surprised when the intimate correspondence between a Russian princess and a prominent Tory minister is published in the papers for all to see. More shocking, the disgraced beauty is soon found with her throat slit on Lord Castlereagh’s very doorstep.

Everyone who’s anyone in high society is certain the spurned princess committed the violence upon herself. But Jane is unconvinced. Nor does she believe the minister guilty of so grisly and public a crime. Jane, however, is willing to let someone else investigate—until a quirk of fate thrusts her and Eliza into the heart of the case…as prime suspects!

Striking a bargain with the authorities, Jane secures seven days to save herself and Eliza from hanging. But as her quest to unmask a killer takes her from the halls of government to the drawing rooms of London’s most celebrated courtesan, only one thing is sure: her failure will not only cut short her life. It could lead to England’s downfall. A compulsively readable, uncommonly elegant novel of historical suspense, Jane and the Barque of Frailty once again proves Jane Austen a sleuth to be reckoned with.


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