Jane Austen, Continued

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Just Jane: a novel of Jane Austen’s Life
Nancy Moser

This novel, written as a fictional journal by Jane Austen, is historically based and traces the adult life of the beloved author.

Confessions of a Jane Austen Apict: a novel
Laurie Viera Rigler

Courtney Stone is a big Jane Austen fan. After her heart is broken, she spends the night reading her favorite novels for comfort. When she wakes up, she finds herself in 1813 England, where she is living the life of Miss Jane Mansfield.

Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor: being the first Jane Austen Mystery
Stephanie Barron

Jane finds herself looking for answers when her Countess friend’s husband is poisoned. (First in a series)

Mr. Darcy’s Daughters: a novel
Elizabeth Aston

Set in 1818, this sequel to Pride and Prejudice introduces us to the five daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Darcy.

The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen
Syrie James

An old trunk filled with manuscripts is found in the attic of the Austen home, and the content sheds light on Jane's motivation for her writing, as well as her personal life.

Vanity and Vexation: a novel of Pride and Prejudice
Kate Fenton

When the BBC begins filming a new version of the beloved novel Pride and Prejudice, the real-life romances of those involved take some Austen-like turns.

Austenland: a novel
Shannon Hale

For Jane Hayes, no real man can live up to Colin Firth’s Mr. Darcy in BBC’s Pride and Prejudice. Because of this, she is understandably thrilled when she has the chance to travel to Pembrook Park, an English retreat that features total immersion in the Jane Austen life-style.

The Man who Loved Jane Austen
Sally Smith O’Rourke

A newly discovered letter from a real-life Mr. Darcy to Jane Austen sends Eliza Knight in search of the answer to the question “Was the character based on an actual person?”

The Jane Austen Book Club
Karen Joy Fowler

Their membership in a Jane Austen Book Club connects six Californians as their lives and relationships undergo many challenges and changes.

Jane Austen in Boca
Paula Marantz Cohen

A Jewish retirement community in Boca Raton, FL is the setting for this revised version of Pride and Prejudice.

Jane Austen’s Charlotte: her fragment of a last novel, completed
Julia Barrett

The author finishes the incomplete story left in the wake of Austen’s death, and gives us the story of Charlotte, who comes upon a stylish world in the resort center of Sanditon.

Pride and Prescience, or a Truth Universally Acknowledged: a Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mystery
Carrie Bebris

The hero and heroine of Pride & Prejudice find themselves trying to solve a strange mystery surrounding Caroline Bingley and her fiance. (First in a series)

Jane Fairfax
Joan Aiken

Jane Fairfax has definite opinions about the village in which Emma lives in this sequel to Jane Austen’s Emma.

Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife: Pride and Prejudice Continues
Linda Berdoll

This entertaining sequel to Pride and Prejudice explores the married life of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth.

An Assembly Such as This: a novel of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman
Pamela Aidan

Told from Darcy’s point of view, we are privy to observations about the Bennett family, and learn about the man’s thorny past. (First in a trilogy)