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The Highbury Murders de Victoria Grossack

Présentation de l'éditeur : The death of Mrs. Bates, a very old lady whose hearing had long since gone and who had spent her last few months either in her bedroom or sitting in her chair in the parlor, would have gone unremarked in London, where people spent their time discussing fashion, nobility, and the latest offering at the theatre. In Bath her decease might have been mentioned as a piece of dull news, before the residents and visitors resumed discussing who had been seen at the Pump Room during the day or who was giving a whist party that night. In Highbury, however, Mrs. Bates’s passing was an event which was talked over in every house, both great and small.
Lu dans le cadre du Challenge 19ème siècle organisé par l'excellent blog Dans le manoir aux livres  
Lecture commencée le 07 Mars 2015, terminée le 08 Mars 2015
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Je suis mitigée sur cette sequel. L'idée est bonne et j'étais contente de retrouver les personnages de Jane Austen. J'étais éga…

The Jane Austen Diaries, tome 4 : Emmalee de Jenni James

Présentation de l'éditeur : Sometimes love is blind.
Emmalee Bradford thinks she’s an expert at matchmaking, and she won’t rest until all her friends are as happy as she is. Especially Hannah, the girl she’s decided to make popular. Everyone loves Emmalee's advice--everyone, that is, except her annoying neighbor Chase Anderson, who has taken it upon himself to "fix" her.

This modern version of Jane Austen’s Emma is the hilarious journey of a girl who believes she knows all about love. But when it comes to recognizing the perfect guy for her, Emmalee is absolutely clueless.

Lu dans le cadre des 200 ans d'Emma organisé par le blog Jane Austen is my wonderland

Lecture commencée le 26 Janvier 2015, terminée le 27 Janvier 2015
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Une nouvelle ré-écriture chick lit de Jenni James et je suis toujours fan ! Elle reprend parfaitement le personnage d'Emma (en tous les cas, tel que je le vois) et le roman réussit sans problème sa transposition "chick-lit…