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One man's good fortune sends rumors spreading through London society - what is the secret behind his success?

Julian Fellowes's Belgravia is a story in 11 episodes published week by week in the tradition of Charles Dickens.

Belgravia is the story of a secret. A secret that unravels behind the porticoed doors of London's grandest postcode. The story behind the secret will be revealed in weekly bite-sized installments complete with twists and turns and cliffhanger endings.

Set in the 1840s, when the upper echelons of society began to rub shoulders with the emerging industrial nouveau riche, Belgravia is peopled by a rich cast of characters. But the story begins on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. At the duchess of Richmond's now legendary ball, one family's life will change forever....

©2016 Julian Fellowes (P)2016 Hachette Audio

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Slow but steady...

How I hope everything turns out well for Ann and her family. I was so sure something quite big would happen in this episode but, alas, it didn't. We do, however, get to know Charles a bit more. He's such a wonderful character. I cant wait to hear what happens next and so I'm off to the next episode.

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Juliet Stevenson - A beautiful reader

A very engaging story with interesting historical references to 19th century London. Julian Fellowes attention to detail is enthralling and Juliet Stevenson's beautiful narration only improves an already enjoyable story.