Jane and the Canterbury Tale by Stephanie Barron
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
OK, I am wimping out on writing this review. I can't think of anything clever to say right now. The book was really good. I did guess the murderer quite early on, but there were enough twists and turns and red herrings that I wasn't at all sure I was right until the very end.
Barron did another excellent job of making it sound as though the book were written by Jane Austen herself, which I appreciate. And I love that she did the research to set her novel in the actual location where the real Jane was at the time the story takes place.
For readers' advisors: story, setting, and language doorways; no sex or onscreen violence
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