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If you have thoughts on Murder at Mansfield Park, Tom-All-Alone's/The Solitary House, or A Treacherous Likeness/A Fatal Likeness then do get in touch. I’d love to hear from anyone who’s read the books.

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    […] has written anything about the gothic in Austen led to a short but beautifully written article Jane Austen and the Gothic Novel by Lynn Shepherd. I could certainly relate to what she wrote about the treatment of the gothic in […]
  • Ruslana Rules

    "A Fatal Likeness" has got to be one of the best books I've all year! So many twists and turns. Just when you think you know how it will progress, boom! Change of direction. I t answers a lot of question about the Percy story. So clever the way the story is woven in the known facts. And the ending, didn't see that coming. Incredible book!!Well done.
  • Paddy

    Just started your Mansfield park novel As a lover of Austen I am really intrigued by your take on her book and will be interested if you delve into the slavery issue she dipped her toe Into . Well done loving it so far and I Will read all your books☘️
  • Karen Cooley

    Feedback re Percy Shelley and state of mind. So agree with you. Many of his traits present as possible untreated ADHD and as a descendant (cousin) ADHD is rife in our Shelley branch. I have a verbally gifted, creative ADHD shiny child and when reading accounts of Shelley it was like reading about our son, sister and Uncle.
  • jill smythe

    I have just finished reading Tom-All-Alone's and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was so refreshing to read a novel which truly reflects the grit and grime of the London of the time. I will definitely be reading your other books soon.
  • The Ghost of Another Novel Entirely | Sarah Emsley

    […] whether social or self-imposed. So why do we find Mansfield Park so hard to like? As I have blogged elsewhere, the real problem with Mansfield Park is not its story, but its heroine. As Lionel Trilling […]