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Murder at Longbourn by Tracy Kiely
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Murder at Longbourn

by Tracy Kiely

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Series: Elizabeth Parker (1)

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A fun light-hearted cozy - if you like Jane Austen, you will be sure to enjoy this book! ( )
  EadieB | Jun 4, 2016 |
A fun light-hearted cozy - if you like Jane Austen, you will be sure to enjoy this book! ( )
  EadieB | Jun 4, 2016 |
A fun light-hearted cozy - if you like Jane Austen, you will be sure to enjoy this book! ( )
  EadieB | Jun 4, 2016 |
A fun light-hearted cozy - if you like Jane Austen, you will be sure to enjoy this book! ( )
  EadieB | Jun 4, 2016 |
A fun light-hearted cozy - if you like Jane Austen, you will be sure to enjoy this book! ( )
  EadieB | Jun 3, 2016 |
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Fall is coming, and with it crackling fireplaces, hot mugs steaming with comfort, a favorite chair and good books for long reads through dark and stormy nights. Murder at Longbourn by Tracy Kiely is the perfect companion to this scene: a mystery that cleverly combines the best of Jane Austen and the English cozy.

Murder at Longbourn is a well-crafted murder mystery at a Cape Cod inn, where a theatrical murder mystery weekend becomes the real thing.
added by AustenBlog | editAustenBlog, Heather L. (Sep 8, 2009)
 

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"The whole of this unfortunate business," said Doctor Lystor, "has been the result of Pride and Prejudice."
-- Frances Burney, Cecelia
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For my mother, Elizabeth
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It would be dramatic to say that as soon as I saw Aunt Winnie's letter I had a premonition of danger -- a shiver of apprehension, perhaps, or even a sudden feeling of dread.
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Invited to join her Aunt Winnie for a How to Host a Murder Party on New Year's Eve at Winnie's new Cape Cod B and B, Elizabeth Parker must unearth old secrets and new motives in order to clear her beloved aunt of suspicion when the local wealthy miser ends up the unscripted victim.

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