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What if Catherine Morland’s assumption about General Tilney had been far more generous than the whole truth? What if the old abbey holds a darker mystery than she ever imagined?

And what if Elizabeth Bennet’s knowledge of the supernatural world far outstrips what her cousin Cathy ever thought possible? 

What if a crisis at Rosings tangles the two young women up with the Darcys and Tilneys in a wild gothic romp with shocking surprises at every twist and turn?

When Elizabeth Bennet and Catherine Morland travel into Kent to visit the recently married Collinses in the village of Hunsford, Lizzy is annoyed to discover Mr. Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam at Rosings, while Cathy is certain that novel-worthy romance will ensue.

Neither expect the sudden arrival of a vampire into their midst, and Mr. Darcy’s ardent admiration of Elizabeth Bennet is shaken by her expert handling of his frantic, fanged sister. The ladies at the parsonage take flight, accompanied by the outraged Colonel Fitzwilliam, his outwitted cousin Mr. Darcy, and an out-of-control fledgling vampire.

Proving herself indispensable during the undead Darcy debacle, Elizabeth becomes the heroine her cousin Catherine always knew she was - and enviously wishes to be herself - as she leads them to Bath in search of her uncle, the wily Silas Bennet, an expert in all matters vampiric.

But amidst the hunt for Uncle Silas, other predators enter the fray, all in search of one very old man and a very young vampire. In Bath, they encounter the Tilneys, the Thorpes, and an array of familiar faces and vicious villains bent on wreaking bloody havoc, leading a merry band of misfits to take shelter in a place too spooky not to hold secrets of it’s own: Northanger Abbey.

©2020 Jayne Bamber (P)2021 Jayne Bamber

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  • Andrea Clarke
  • 04-07-21

Really Fun Mashup

Well written, extremely engaging, fun and absolutely beautiful imagery. The powers of description of this author are unparalleled! Well worth a listen regardless of my complaint below. This is a difficult book to put down!

My only gripe is the narrator. This deserves to be read by Juliet Stephenson. Unfortunately the narrator's command of the "period" of British accent was not great. It took a while to get used to her narration. However, altogether she did a great job with other voices and the production was very good overall.