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Anne Perry believes that while “this may be the golden age of historical mysteries, I always like to think that we get better as we go along.” Lenny Picker is a freelance writer in New York City. This is a social account of the end of the eighteenth-century England just as much as it is a bit of girly fun. In recent years, interest in multiculturalism, skepticism about traditional accounts of history, and book club fever have heightened its appeal. Jenny feels she has no other choice than to venture out in the middle night, alone, to take a letter to the post inn to try to warn her aunt and uncle of Jane�s poor health...

Pages: 262

Publisher: Allium Press (2011)

ISBN: B00FBBWTFC

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