Jane Austen's Ghost by Jennifer Kloester

Jane Austen’s Ghost on Babblings of a Bookworm Blogspot

'Mr Clarke considered the question with such ponderous gravity that she itched to seize quill, ink and paper from the nearby secretaire and set down the preposterous scene.'

Such a pleasure to be a guest on Ceri’s wonderful blog. I loved sharing my discovery of James Stanier Clarke and the inspiration his unnamed painting was for my new novel, Jane Austen’s Ghost. Clarke actually knew Jane Austen and in 1815 he hosted her at the Prince Regent’s London palace. Clarke showed Jane Austen the Carlton House library and the two of them exchanged a number of letters. You can read about him and Jane Austen here.

Jane Austen's Ghost
Release Date: October 29, 2019
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The acclaimed author of Georgette Heyer’s Regency World and Georgette Heyer: Biography of a Bestseller debuts with her first adult novel.

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Jane Austen's Ghost

The acclaimed author of Georgette Heyer’s Regency World and Georgette Heyer: Biography of a Bestseller debuts with her first adult novel.

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