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Barron, Stephanie

Overview
Works: 53 works in 230 publications in 3 languages and 16,897 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Christmas stories  Historical fiction  History  Suspense fiction 
Roles: Author, Editor
Classifications: PS3563.A8357, 813.54
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Publications about Stephanie Barron
Publications by Stephanie Barron
Most widely held works by Stephanie Barron
Jane and the unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor by Francine Mathews( Book )
35 editions published between 1995 and 2009 in 3 languages and held by 1,873 libraries worldwide
Fleeing from a broken engagement, Jane Austen has scarcely arrived in Scargrave when the local earl is felled by a mysterious ailment that is far too agonizing and fatal to be credited to his fondness for claret and pudding. The earl's widow asks Jane to investigate
Jane and the wandering eye by Stephanie Barron( Book )
19 editions published between 1998 and 2009 in English and held by 1,507 libraries worldwide
In 1804 Bath, an eye portrait helps sleuth Jane Austen solve a murder at a masked ball. The miniature--a painting of the eye of a loved one--provides the clue in finding the real killer, thus saving the life of a falsely accused suspect
Jane and the stillroom maid by Stephanie Barron( Book )
14 editions published between 2000 and 2014 in English and held by 1,488 libraries worldwide
While in Derbyshire, Jane Austen investigates the murder of a maidservant who was wearing her master's clothes
Jane and the genius of the place by Stephanie Barron( Book )
11 editions published between 1999 and 2009 in English and held by 1,413 libraries worldwide
In 19th century England, Jane Austen investigates the murder of a Frenchwoman who struck a man with a horsewhip. The incident occurred during a horse-racing meet in Canterbury. By the author of Jane and the Wandering Eye
Jane and his lordship's legacy by Stephanie Barron( Book )
23 editions published between 2005 and 2014 in English and held by 1,282 libraries worldwide
In July 1809, Jane Austen finds solace in her grief over her lost love, Lord Harold Trowbridge, in a new cottage in Chawton, Hampshire, but her peace of mind is fleeting when the corpse of a murder victim is found in the cellar
A flaw in the blood by Stephanie Barron( Book )
10 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 1,269 libraries worldwide
Irish barrister Patrick Fitzgerald has been summoned by the Queen, a woman in the grip of fear. Her beloved husband, Prince Albert, lies dying. When the royal coach is violently overturned, nearly killing him and his brilliant young ward, Dr. Georgiana Armistead, niece of the late Dr. Snow, a famed physician who'd attended none other than Her Majesty, he suspects they each may carry within their past hidden clues to a devastating royal secret.--From publisher description
Jane and the barque of frailty by Stephanie Barron( Book )
18 editions published between 2006 and 2014 in English and held by 1,234 libraries worldwide
In April 1811, while staying with her brother in London to await the publication of her first novel, Jane Austen finds herself deep in the heart of a conspiracy when she investigates the murder of a disgraced woman rumored to be the mistress of Lord Castlereagh
Jane and the prisoner of Wool House by Francine Mathews( Book )
14 editions published between 2001 and 2014 in English and French and held by 1,117 libraries worldwide
Jane Austen investigates the murder of a French ship captain while he was a prisoner aboard a British frigate
Jane and the twelve days of Christmas : being a Jane Austen mystery by Stephanie Barron( Book )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 939 libraries worldwide
"The twelfth installment in Stephanie Barron's fan-favorite Being a Jane Austen Mystery series. Christmas Eve, 1814: Jane Austen has been invited to spend the holiday with family and friends at The Vyne, the gorgeous ancestral home of the wealthy and politically prominent Chute family. As the year fades and friends begin to gather beneath the mistletoe for the twelve days of Christmas festivities, Jane and her circle are in a celebratory mood: Mansfield Park is selling nicely; Napoleon has been banished to Elba; British forces have seized Washington, DC; and on Christmas Eve, John Quincy Adams signs the Treaty of Ghent, which will end a war nobody in England really wanted. Jane, however, discovers holiday cheer is fleeting. One of the Yuletide revelers dies in a tragic accident, which Jane immediately views with suspicion. If the accident was in fact murder, the killer is one of Jane's fellow snow-bound guests. With clues scattered amidst cleverly crafted charades, dark secrets coming to light during parlor games, and old friendships returning to haunt the Christmas parties, whom can Jane trust to help her discover the truth and stop the killer from striking again?"--
Jane and the Canterbury tale by Stephanie Barron( Book )
6 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 763 libraries worldwide
The intrepid nineteenth-century writer investigates the suspicious death of a mysterious man at the wedding of Andrew MacAllister and Adelaide Fiske
Jane and the Waterloo map : being a Jane Austen mystery by Stephanie Barron( Book )
1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 724 libraries worldwide
"November, 1815. The Battle of Waterloo has come and gone, leaving the British economy in shreds; Henry Austen, high-flying banker extraordinaire, is about to declare bankruptcy dragging several of his brothers down with him. The crisis destroys Henry's health, and Jane flies to his London bedside, believing him to be dying. While she's there, the Reverend James Stanier Clarke, chaplain to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, invites Jane to tour Carlton House, the Prince's fabulous London home. Clarke is a fan of Jane's books, and during the tour he suggests she dedicate her next novel Emma to HRH, whom she despises. However, before she can speak to HRH, Jane stumbles upon a body sprawled on the carpet in (where else?) 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"--
The white garden : a novel of Virginia Woolf by Stephanie Barron( Book )
7 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 685 libraries worldwide
Six decades after Virginia Woolf's death, landscape designer Jo Bellamy has come to Sissinghurst Castle for two reasons: to study the celebrated White Garden created by Woolf's lover Vita Sackville-West and to recover from the terrible wound of her grandfather's unexplained suicide. In the shadow of one of England's most famous castles, Jo makes a shocking find that will lead her on a perilous journey into the tumultuous inner life of a literary icon
Jane and the stillroom maid by Stephanie Barron( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 246 libraries worldwide
While out on a walk in the hills during a visit to her relatives in Derbyshire, Jane finds a terribly mutilated body. It turns out to be Tess Arnold, a stillroom maid at a local estate known for her skill as an herbalist. Was Tess suspected of witchcraft? Was she thought to be traitor to the secret rites of the Freemasons? What was her relationship with the Duke's family. Was the killing the work of a madman? When the wrong person is accused of murder, Jane Austen becomes an innocent victim's only hope in a fiendishly clever and breathlessly diverting mystery
Jane and his lordship's legacy by Stephanie Barron( Sound Recording )
3 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 204 libraries worldwide
It is July 1809, and Jane is just beginning to emerge from her grief over her lost love, Lord Harold Trowbridge. When, moving with her mother and sister into a cottage on her brother's estate in Chawton, Hampshire, she begins to revise one of her first manuscripts, determined to honor Lord Trowbridge's confidence in her work, a corpse is suddenly discovered in the cellar. Who killed Henry French? And what does his death have to do with the stolen Chawton Emeralds? Jane can't keep her mind off the mystery, even though someone who will stop at nothing to secure a fortune is lurking just out of sight
Jane and the genius of the place by Stephanie Barron( Sound Recording )
4 editions published between 1999 and 2000 in English and held by 200 libraries worldwide
In 19th century England, Jane Austen investigates the murder of a Frenchwoman who struck a man with a horsewhip. The incident occurred during a horse-racing meet in Canterbury
Jane and the prisoner of Wool House by Stephanie Barron( file )
3 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 181 libraries worldwide
Jane investigates the murder of a French captain, when a friend of her brother Frank's is arrested for the crime
Jane and the madness of Lord Byron : being a Jane Austen mystery by Stephanie Barron( Book )
2 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 149 libraries worldwide
Not long after arriving at the English resort of Brighton, Jane finds herself caught up in the town's turmoil when the body of a beautiful young society miss is discovered, lifeless, in the bedchamber of none other than George Gordon--otherwise known as Lord Byron
Jane and the twelve days of Christmas : being a Jane Austen mystery by Stephanie Barron( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 120 libraries worldwide
Christmas Eve, 1814. Jane Austen has been invited to spend the holiday with family and friends at the Vyne, the gorgeous ancestral home of the wealthy and politically prominent Chute family. As the year fades and friends begin to gather beneath the mistletoe for the twelve days of Christmas festivities, Jane and her circle are in a celebratory mood: Mansfield Park is selling nicely; Napoleon has been banished to Elba; British forces have seized Washington, DC; and on Christmas Eve, John Quincy Adams signs the Treaty of Ghent, which will end a war nobody in England really wanted. Jane, however, discovers holiday cheer is fleeting. One of the Yuletide gathering dies in a tragic accident whose circumstances Jane immediately views with suspicion. If the accident was in fact murder, the killer is one of Jane's fellow snowbound guests. With clues scattered amid cleverly crafted charades, dark secrets coming to light during parlor games, and old friendships returning to haunt the Christmas parties, whom can Jane trust to help her discover the truth and stop the killer from striking again?
Jane and the ghosts of Netley by Stephanie Barron( Book )
2 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A confounding case of intrigue, murder, and high treason. Among the haunted ruins of an ancient abbey, Jane Austen is drawn into a shadow world of dangerous secrets and traitorous hearts where not only her life is at stake--but the fate of England. As she stands before the abandoned ruins of Netley Abbey, Jane imagines that ghosts really do haunt the centuries-old monastery. But the green-cloaked figure who startles her is all too human and he bears an unexpected missive from Lord Harold Trowbridge, one of the British government's most trusted advisers--and a man who holds a high place in Jane's life. Trowbridge tells Jane about a suspected traitor in their midst--and the disastrous consequences if she succeeds. But is Sophia Challoner, a beautiful widow with rumored ties to Emperor Bonaparte, really an agent of the enemy? Dispatched to Netley Lodge, Jane sets about gaining the confidence of the mysterious and intriguing lady even as Trowbridge's grim prediction bears fruit: a British frigate is set afire and its shipwright found with his throat cut. It's clear that someone is waging a clandestine war of terror and murder. But before Jane can follow the trail of conspiracy to its source and unmask a calculating killer, the cold hand of murder will fall mercilessly yet again--and suddenly Jane may find herself dying for her country
Jane and the man of the cloth by Stephanie Barron( file )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Writer Jane Austen's family goes for a holiday by the sea. The carriage overturns and they find shelter in a manor whose owner, Geoffrey Sidmouth, is suspected of being a smuggler. The Napoleonic Wars are on so smuggling is a big business. The local customs man asks Jane to carry out an undercover investigation. A sequel to Jane and the Unpleasantness of Scargave Manor
 
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controlled identity Mathews, Francine

Barron, Francine Stephanie 1963-
Mathews , Francine
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English (176)
French (3)
Polish (1)
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