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When the body proves to be that of a woman and the Stillroom ePUB #8608 dressed in men's clothing Moreover the corpse is identified as Tess Arnold a servant at one of the area's great houses whom Mr Hemming should have recognized As the compounder of stillroom remedies Tess had a reputation as a healer until accused of witchcraft Rumors of and the Stillroom Maid Being MOBI #224 ritual murder by Freemasons who include most of the neighboring gentry excite the local populace and jeopardize the investigation of. This one of the series iswas so well done I m not sure why but both the A and B storylines were both so fulfilling as a reader My words are failing me but the interweaving and the duplicitymisdirection were so much fun to wander through with Jane

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The justice of the peace himself a Mason When Mr Hemming disappears before the inuest Jane and the justice turn for help to Lord Harold Trowbridge a guest at the nearby ducal house of Chatsworth Barron catches Austen's tone amazingly well Details of early th century country life of and the Stillroom Maid Being MOBI #224 all classes ring true while the story line is clear yet full of surprises The editor's notes that punctuate the text and old cures for various ills that open each chapter add to the charm Aug. Hooray for a book I loved The concept sounds a little funny Jane Austen as a accidental detective but it worked She was obviously a witty and bright woman so the thought of her curiosities being peaked to the point of investigation didn t seem so far fetched to meThe author must be a Jane Austen historian because many of the charactersdateslocations are accurate accounts of Austen s life what Stephanie Barron does is takes unaccounted time lapses of her life and fills them in with mysteries There are even interesting author s notes about Jane s I can call her that right real life along the way She does a bit of Finding Neverland take on it as well you find many a supposed inspiration for Pride and Prejudice The mystery was enthralling I was in suspense the whole time There were hints all along which I picked up on but never enough to put all the pieces together There were twists and turns complicated plot lines humor appropriately Austen s sardonic style and random things that I found even educational ex info on Free Masonry stillroom maids Whigs and Torreys highwaymen I love Jane Austen romances but this was a fresh breath of air written in her style but with mystery and intrigue SoldThere are several in this series and now I intend to read them all

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Jane Austen as sleuth continues the Stillroom eBook #184 to delight in her latest adventure after Jane and the Genius of the Place which sheds new light on the author's travels in While enjoying a ramble in the Derbyshire hills near Bakewell a town Eliza Bennett visits in Jane and MOBI #224 Pride and Prejudice Jane discovers the mutilated body of a young man Jane's suspicions are roused when her escort Mr George Hemming prefers to remove the unidentified corpse to Buxton rather than Bakewell and they increase. Being a fan of Regency era mysteries as well as Kate Reading s narration I decided to try the first available audiobook in the series Turned out a smart move Not being a Jane ite I suppose I m spared the inevitable comparison with her work and life details Biggest takeaway for me was seeing her as rather an extrovert when somehow I d felt her as reclusive As far as book itself is concerned my only real issue was that I had trouble keeping straight who was who among the upper class characters at times


10 thoughts on “Jane and the Stillroom Maid Being the Fifth Jane Austen Mystery

  1. says:

    Rereading for my Jane and the Year 2020 Challenge to read entire series Love this one because Jane goes to Chatsworth 2020 Intended to read before our trip to England Actually glad now that I didn't get to it Meant so much now having actually been to Chatsworth Originally purchased on the cheap at used bookstore

  2. says:

    Being a fan of Regency era mysteries as well as Kate Reading's narration I decided to try the first available audiobook in the series Turned out a smart move Not being a Jane ite I suppose I'm spared the inevitable comparison with her work and life details Biggest takeaway for me was seeing her as rather an extrovert when somehow I'd felt her as reclusive? As far as book itself is concerned my only real issue was that I had troubl

  3. says:

    25 stars rounded up to 3I read this book in the French version; entertaining enough but nothing to remember for long

  4. says:

    Mrs Austen and Cassandra are still making a tour of various relatives before settling down with Frank in Southhampton This time they are visi

  5. says:

    Another wonderful Jane Austen mystery I really enjoy reading this series The mystery was interesting and I had no clue who the killer was unti

  6. says:

    This one of the series iswas so well done I'm not sure why but both the A and B storylines were both so fulfilling as a reader My words are f

  7. says:

    Hooray for a book I loved The concept sounds a little funny Jane Austen as a accidental detective but it worked She was obviously a witty and bright woman so the thought of her curiosities being peaked to the point of investigation didn't seem so far fetched to meThe author must be a Jane Austen historian because many of the charactersdateslocations are accurate accounts of Austen's life what Stephanie Barron does is takes unaccounted tim

  8. says:

    A couple of years ago I really jumped into this series I do not consider myself a mystery reader but I really enjo

  9. says:

    I think this book is a return to form after the last one which was a bit of a disappointment This book had a much engaging cast of characters who this time seemed like actual fleshed out people instead of cardboard cutouts and a compelling suspenseful mystery I didn't find out the murderer until Jane revealed his identity and the solution m

  10. says:

    A rather heartbreaking addition to the JA Mysteries series on multiple levels This was nevertheless another wonderful read taking the reader to Derbyshire and engaging in complex domestic drama It will be particularly appealing to those with an

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