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What do you talk about when you talk about Miss Austen?

The authors in this collection talk about all manner of things. They talk about social mobility and the foundations on which those great houses were built. They talk about what it takes to be a Jane Austen heroine (and why that doesn't always have to be Elizabeth). They talk about how Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are alive and well and living in India.


They talk about E.M. Forster, reality television, and Bridget Jones. They talk about war, friendship, and which Austen hero deserves a "Last Word". And, of course, they talk about love.


From Asia to Latin America, Africa to Europe, and across North America, they talk about Miss Austen, the world's most beloved author. So sit down, order yourself a cocktail, and join the conversation...

Loss is woven into the fabric of motherhood…

it starts with a physical separation, a cutting of the cord…

Belfast, December 1993, a baby girl goes missing. Everyone, including her teenage father, believes she has been kidnapped. Two women know different. 

New Yorker Janet O’Connell now has the family she’s been longing for. Seventeen-year-old Emma McCourt has a plan to escape her troubled past. And the two women never expect to see one another again. 

In a story spanning three decades, from a crime-ridden eighties Manhattan, to the final dark days of the Northern Irish Troubles, to suburban New York and modern day Belfast, we learn just how far each woman will go to protect the lives they have made for themselves.  

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