Reading “Murder at Mansfield Park” by Lynn Shepherd

Come join us at a new book club for Janeites! We are presently reading a new twist on Jane Austen’s original Mansfield Park. Character’s backgrounds, personalities and circumstances are cleverly changed and adapted to give us a whole new life as well as perspective to Fanny Price, Mary Crawford and a whole new added plot of murder….

Here is our link for the book club: Free to Join!http://tiny.cc/iyn2k

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About lovesjaneausten

A proud wife, triplet mom, and a lover of all things Austen. I love to read and reread Austen's delightful novels, sequels written by Janeites and hope to someday have my sequel (in progress) to be published.
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6 Responses to Reading “Murder at Mansfield Park” by Lynn Shepherd

  1. I just picked it up today.

    • Shannon- I think you will be very impressed with Lynn’s talent of writing very much like JA herself, I do believe her technical skills are top notch! It is fascinating how she has altered JA’s characters, changing all intereactions/scenes that JA’s MP originally had. Lynn has answered a few questions on bookworm blog (where you are a member), you may want to check it out here:
      http://thebookwormblog.com/groups/calling-all-janeites-austenites/

      Thanks for reading my blog!

      • I’ve got to figure out how to get back into the bookworm site – can’t come up with whatever combination (name/account/email) I use when I registered! Enjoy your blog, Susan. I could use a few more visitors to mine, though.

  2. It’s my first time in your blog! It’s lovely! I’m looking forward to read this book!

  3. I read this book last year, it’s one of my favorite Austen sequels/re-writes.

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