Janes Austen & Charles Dickens Inspired Murder Mystery Novels, Latest Book News & Events by Author Lynn Shepherd
If you have thoughts on Murder at Mansfield Park, Tom-All-Alone's/The Solitary House, or A Treacherous Likeness then do get in touch. I’d love to hear from anyone who’s read the books.
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☘️
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.
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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.
[…] 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 […]