JANE AND THE WATERLOO MAP
"A well-crafted narrative with multiple subplots drives Barron's splendid 13th Jane Austen mystery... another riveting mystery around a writer generally assumed to have led a quiet and uneventful life."
November, 1815. While touring the Carlton House in London, Jane stumbles upon a body—sprawled on the carpet in the Regent's library. The dying man, Colonel MacFarland, was a cavalry hero and a friend of Wellington's. He utters a single failing phrase: "Waterloo map" . . . and Jane is on the hunt for a treasure of incalculable value and a killer of considerable cunning.
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