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Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas (Jane Austen Mysteries #12) Jane Austen turns sleuth in this delightful murder mystery set over the twelve days of a Regency Era Christmas party.Christmas Eve, 1814 Jane Austen has been invited to spend the holiday with family and friends at The Vyne, the gorgeous ancestral home of the wealthy and politically prominent Chute family As the year fades and friends begin to gather beneath the mistletoe for the twelve days of Christmas festivities, Jane and her circle are in a celebratory mood Mansfield Park is selling nicely Napoleon has been banished to Elba British forces have seized Washington, DC and on Christmas Eve, John Quincy Adams signs the Treaty of Ghent, which will end a war nobody in England really wanted Jane, however, discovers holiday cheer is fleeting One of the Yuletide revelers dies in a tragic accident, which Jane immediately views with suspicion If the accident was in fact murder, the killer is one of Jane s fellow snow bound guests With clues scattered amidst cleverly crafted charades, dark secrets coming to light during parlor games, and old friendships returning to haunt the Christmas parties, whom can Jane trust to help her discover the truth and stop the killer from striking again New Download Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas (Jane Austen Mysteries #12) Author Stephanie Barron For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 329 pages
  • Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas (Jane Austen Mysteries #12)
  • Stephanie Barron
  • 13 May 2017
  • 161695423X

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  1. Originally posted on the wonderful Austenprose.comThe holidays make me nostalgic for past times I ve never actually experienced, so I leapt at the chance to spend the Yuletide season with Jane Austen Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas is the twelfth installment in a series that features one of my favorite novelists as an amatuer sleuth, but so far I hadn t managed to read one of them It seemed high time to rectify that lapse, especially since author Stephanie Barrons studied European histor Originally posted on the wonderful Austenprose.comThe holidays make me nostalgic for past times I ve never actually experienced, so I leapt at the chance to spend the Yuletide season with Jane Austen Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas is the twelfth installment in a series that features one of my favorite novelists as an amatuer sleuth, but so far I hadn t managed to read one of them It seemed high ti...

  2. I am sure that plenty of people will enjoy this book but unfortunately, I wasn t one of them The first strike for me was turning the author Jane Austen into a character, which I find distasteful I was willing to be convinced otherwise but wasn t Second strike was the repeated references to her niece s doll its outfits clearly used as an excuse to put in stuff about Regency clothing it would have gone down better for me if there had been at least some mention of gifts for th...

  3. This review was first posted on Babblings of a BookwormThis is the latest in the series by Stephanie Barron featuring our beloved authoress, Jane Austen as an amateur sleuth, stumbling across and solving murders I am a little late to the party on this series, considering this is the first one I ve read, and it s number 12 in the series There are some references to the previous books, but this book is pretty much stand alone It is set in the year 1814, so Jane is already a published authoress, This review was first posted on Babblings of a BookwormThis is the latest in the series by Stephanie Barron featuring our beloved authoress, Jane Austen as an amateur sleuth, stumbling across and solving murders I am a little late to the party on this series, considering this is the first one I ve read, and it s number 12 in the series There are some references to the previous books, but this book is pretty much stand alone It is set in the year 1814, so Jane is already a published authoress, with Sense Sensibility , Pride Prejudice and Mansfield Park all in print, and she is working on Emma.In this story, Jane, her mother and sister Cassandra are due to stay with Jane s brother, James Austen, and his family, from just befor...

  4. Stephanie Barron remains for me the reigning queen of Austenesque fiction Not only does she have a deep knowledge of Regency manners and history and a true ear for Austen s dialect as expressed in her letters, but she also has great plotting skills All her talents were on display here I enjoyed Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas as much as any of the previous novels in this series If you have not read the whole series, this one can be read as a standalone you simply need to understand t Stephanie Barron remains for me the reigning queen of Austenesque fiction Not only does she have a deep knowledg...

  5. Stephanie Barron knows her Austen and is a masterful storyteller Her latest, Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas , though long anticipated, did not disappoint Barron does her research well and tells her story in a most Austen like style She is The Incomparab...

  6. Forgive me I m still enchanted by the setting of a Regency era Twelve Night of festivities, activities, espionage, forbidden love and murder I have truly enjoyed this series for its blend of historic authenticity, biographic fiction, intrigue and just overall good writing This last, ah It felt like my very own Christmas gift from the author The author purposefully gave her readers a bit of something extraordinary the chance to vicariously experience the excitement of a Regency Christmas Forgive me I m still enchanted by the setting of a Regency era Twelve Night of festivities, activities, espionage, forbidden love and murder I have truly enjoyed this series for its blend of historic authenticity, biographic fiction, intrigue and just overall good writing This last, ah It felt like my very own Christmas gift from the author The author purposefully gave her readers a bit of something extraordinary the chance to vicariously experience the excitement of a Regency Christmas at all strata of class and society from the nobility down to the lowest vicarage servant all told through the eyes of the keen Miss Jane Austen I suppose when one gets down to it, the mystery element wasn t as enigmatic as past books, but I didn t feel its loss particular...

  7. Jane Austen, her mother and sister are traveling the 17 miles from Chawton to Steventon to spend the holidays with her brother James and his family They must travel by public stage all day and into the night to reach their old home They re looking forward to seeing James Edward, age 16 and Caroline, age 9 J...

  8. Delicious writing in an Austenesque style Red herrings galore, so that you ll wonder who the real culprit is Manor homes and balls and dinnersJane and the Twelve Days of Christmas is an altogether charming read.If you re a Jane Austen fan, what s not to love about reading a story with your favorite author as a cha...

  9. It took me a while to figure out what to say about this novel, because I did neither hate nor particularly enjoy it In the end it was just an average story and after less than a week I ve forgotten most of the plot already I think it was a nice idea to turn Jane Austen into a fictional character ...

  10. This book was a gift from my dear friend, Kim, who I love and with whom I am well pleased I cannot wait to start reading it I am enjoying this book a great deal I can already claim knowledge of the research done by the author On page 43, the characters mention Benjamin West who painted The death of General Wolfe General James Wolfe is actually a relation of mine and died taking Quebec away from the French Jane Austen would have known of him and may have seen this painting as well Emily D This book was a gift from my dear friend, Kim, who I love and with whom I am well pleased I cannot wait to start reading it I am enjoying this book a great deal I can already claim knowledge of the research done by the author On page 43, the characters mention Benjamin West who painted The death of General Wolfe General James Wolfe is actually a relation of mine and died t...