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Jane and the Canterbury Tale by Stephanie Barron
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Jan 22, 12

bookshelves: historical-fiction, crime, 2012, austen-inspired
Read from January 21 to 23, 2012, read count: 1

Stephanie Barron's 'Jane' series features Jane Austen as a Miss Marple type investigator. It's a fun idea, and I've really enjoyed her series over the years. This one was no exception, although I still miss a character who was in many of the previous books - Lord Harold Trowbridge, who's a very Scarlet Pimpernel-y chap.

While I did (as it turned out) guess who the murderer would be quite early on, the twists and turns and red herrings had me going "Huh. Maybe it's NOT who I thought it was!" throughout.

All in all, a fun read.
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Reading Progress

01/21/2012 page 1
0.0% "It's been a while since I read one of the Jane Austen mysteries (I actually thought Stephanie Barron had stopped writing them!), so I'm interested to see if I enjoy it as much as I did the others that I read about five years ago."
01/21/2012 page 125
41.0% "The more I read, the more I miss Lord Harold..."
01/21/2012 page 167
54.0% "The thick plottens in a rather predictable fashion. Also, I still miss Lord Harold."

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