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Elizabeth: Reader’s Remorse

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Movie Reviews: Austen Month

To round out my celebration of Jane Austen’s work, I watched a few movie adaptations she inspired. I started with my favorite:

Austenland
2013, PG-13, 1h 37 m… 952 more words

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Book Review: Death Comes to Pemberley

Death Comes to Pemberley
By P.D. James

My Edition:
Paperback, 291 pages
2011, Vintage
ISBN: 9780307950659

Elizabeth and Darcy, happily married for six years and parents to two boys, are having their annual ball. 532 more words

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Trevor Eve ... life on a Shoestring

Trevor Eve … life on a Shoestring

The well-known English actor Trevor Eve was born on 1 July, 1951 in Sutton Coldfield, near Birmingham. He has enjoyed a long and successful acting career on stage, television and film, spanning back to the 1970s.  101 more words

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Fan Fiction Films: Death Comes to Pemberley

With all of the hoopla over Jane’s Austen’s Pride & Prejudice and series of books that study love and relationships, it seems there is always a new book or film coming out that hark back to Jane’s stories. 71 more words

Book Review:: Death Comes to Pemberley -PD James

Date started: October 10, 2016

Date ended: November 11, 2016 

Stars: 

I tried guys, I really tried. My aunts (one who has been an English teacher for many years) recommended this book highly because they, like me, love  289 more words

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POSTHUMOUS P.D. JAMES: THE MISTLETOE MURDER AND OTHER STORIES

The late great writer, P.D. James, is no longer with us, which is a shame for anyone who’s read and enjoyed her mystery series featuring Adam Dalgliesh or Cordelia Grey, or her stand-alone books which ranged from speculative fiction (The Children of Men, made into a movie) to historical fiction (Death Comes to Pemberley, a mystery sequel of sorts to Pride and Prejudice, made into a British television series).   415 more words