In a crumbling Georgian mansion, the secret letters of Jane Austen provide a clue to a modern-day double murder. Father and daughter investigators, Peter and Georgia Marsh, are looking forward to attending a Jane Austen-themed summer gala at Stourdens. It's said that the eighteenth-century country manor in Kent was the author's inspiration for her unfinished novel, The Watsons. It's here that a collection of Austen's never-before-published letters of a mysterious love affair are locked away. And most intriguing to Peter and Georgia, Stourdens is also the site of an unsolved murder, cold for nearly three decades. As the event unfolds-and tourists and literary groupies swarm-tensions begin to stir among the mansion's volatile family. When another murder occurs on the grounds, the Marshes are compelled to investigate. That means unearthing the secrets of both the past and the present that someone will kill again to protect. Including those of a young woman whose heart was broken more than a hundred years ago.
by Amy Myers
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
by Bill Myers
by Erskine Childers
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