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Monday, 9 November 2015

Lovely review on Death of a Fop, Austen spinoff

Francine Howarth, a most accomplished Regency author, has been kind enough to review 'Death of a Fop' on the Regency Reviews Magazine blog [well worth a visit anyway!] HERE.   I felt very pleased and proud, and wanted to share it.

'Death of a Fop' is the first of a series of Regency mysteries, and is followed by:
'Jane and the Bow Street Runner' [3 novellas]
'Jane and the Opera Dancer'
'Jane and the Christmas Masquerades' [2 novellas]
'Jane and the Hidden Hoard'.

'Jane and the Burning Question' is in train, and I have a number of other plot outlines too.


  1. Congratulations! It's a brilliant and well well deserved success. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thank you, Anna! I really feel I have arrived...