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CollectionsYour library (924), Reference (123), 18th Century England (210), 18th Century France (67), 18th Century miscellany (80), Ancient History (39), Australian (42), History miscellany (63), Lucinda Brant Novels (17), Georgette Heyer (72), Historical Romance Novels (75), Gorey et al (13), LAB's room (45), Mystery Novels (85), Novels (25), Plaidy/Holt/Carr (19), Favorites (67), Currently reading (6), To read (2), All collections (930)

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TagsGeorgian (301), LB (92), Eighteenth Century (84), 18th Century (80), eighteenth century (67), eighteenth century social history (58), Historical Romance (54), England (51), Regency (44), Eighteenth Century France (42) — see all tags

MediaNot set (7), Book (918), Paper Book (867), Audiobook (4), Ebook (25), Other (5), Map (2), Poster (1)

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About meLUCINDA BRANT is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Georgian historical romances & mysteries. Her novels have variously been described as from 'the Golden Age of romance with a modern voice', and 'heart wrenching drama with a happily ever after'.
She lives in the 18th Century most days (heaven!). Drinks Nespresso coffee like water. Collects Georgette Heyer hardbacks & Pan paperbacks. Reads Andrea Camilleri's Commissario Montalbano Mystery fiction for relaxation. Watches BBC Classic Dramas, Sci-Fi, Romantic Comedies, and Detective and Mystery series (like Foyle's War etc). Plays backgammon every day with the love of her life. Has one beautiful daughter, and a four legged companion - Bella, the wonder Italian greyhound.

"Quizzing glass & quill, into my sedan chair & away! The 1700s rock!"

About my libraryChock full of Georgian books—I've been collecting everything and anything to do with 18th Century England and France (before the revolution) since I was 11 years old. Started with Alfred Cobban's A History of Modern France, 1715-1789, and been hooked every since. Also collect Georgette Heyer hardbacks, and the really old Pan paperback editions of her Regencies.

Groups18th-19th Century Britain, Almack's, Historical Mysteries, History Fans

Favorite authorsJane Austen, Mary Balogh, John Brewer, Taylor Caldwell, Andrea Camilleri, Giacomo Girolamo Casanova, Loretta Chase, Dan Cruickshank, Antonia Fraser, Georgette Heyer, Henry James, Norman Lindsay, Daphne du Maurier, Jean Plaidy, Roy Porter, Dennis Potter, Julia Ross, Kate Ross, Dorothy L. Sayers, Anya Seton, Tacitus, Stella Tillyard, Patricia Veryan, Voltaire, Horace Walpole (Shared favorites)


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Member sinceDec 26, 2010

Currently readingGeorgian Edinburgh by Ian G. Lindsay
The Dress of the People: Everyday Fashion in Eighteenth-Century England by John Styles
A Lady's Man: The Cicisbei, Private Morals and National Identity in Italy (Genders and Sexualities in History) by Roberto Bizzocchi
Erotic Exchanges: The World of Elite Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century Paris by Nina Kushner
Cotswold Village: Or Country Life Pursuits in Gloucestershire (Classic Reprint) by J. Arthur Gibbs
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