Or: I done got a new book out.
My Pride and Prejudice series, the Darcys and the Bingleys, continues in the latest installment: Georgiana and the Wolf, a name pregnant with meaning if you happened to peruse book 5. And if you didn’t, this book stands pretty much alone, so you can pick it up anyway.
INSPECTOR ROBERT AUDLEY, rising star of the Parisian police force, is called to rural France and the estate of the Marquis de Maret to solve a murder. If his job wasn’t hard enough with little evidence and few leads, suspicions point to a creature neither man nor wolf, but something in between.
As rumors of vigilantes and monsters fill the countryside, Audley investigates the connection between the Marquis and the local seminary, a finishing school for proper English women. The Marquis’s betrothed, Lady Heather Littlefield, and her best friend and companion Georgiana Bingley seem somehow involved. Are they the next targets of the murderer? Or are much more mysterious forces at work?
In Altman’s sixth installment of the The Darcys and the Bingleys, she continues Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice through the character of Georgiana Bingley, daughter of Charles and Jane Bingley of Chatton and Derbyshire, during her eventful and possibly disastrous year at the Robinson School for Women.
The book is available in paperback and Kindle form on Amazon.
It’s available on all other eBook formats at Smashwords.
Giveaway! Leave a comment WITH YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. This month I’m giving away one paperback copy of the book and 3 digital copies.
Giveaway! The previous installment, The Knights of Derbyshire, will be available FREE on Kindle from December 23rd to the 27th. So go check it out!
And on a sadder note … This is my last post at Austen Authors, at least for the foreseeable future. This niche market is flush with authors who want to be part of this site, and it’s time for me to move on and give people a chance to promote their own works. Also, I totally ran out of things to say about Jane Austen or Pride and Prejudice. Shocking, right? Of course it’s not. But I am grateful for my two years here, with all these other wonderful authors and of course all of our followers. I would like to thank my fellow authors for all of their support and for putting this site together in the first place. I am honored that I was asked to join and cherish the time I’ve spent composing (usually late) posts for this blog.
And to all, a good night!