Janet Buck

Janet Buck

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Midwest / Fantasy/thriller/mystery writer (SinC member). Writing urban fantasy/paranormal novels for Etopia Press as ALLY SHIELDS. Author website: http://allyshields.com
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Pride & Prejudice Puzzle

Pride & Prejudice Puzzle

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The period is slightly earlier, but would probably be OK. The idea of having a pianist and singer could work because of the central conflict between Isabette (pianist) and Amelia (singer)

"Itinerant Traders of London in their Ordinary Costume with Notices of Remarkable Places given in the Background" by William Marshall Craig (1804): "Mackerel – More plentiful than any other fish in London, they are brought from the western coast and afford a livelihood to numbers of men and women who cry them through the streets every day in the week, not excepting Sunday."

William Marshall Craig’s Itinerant Traders of London in their Ordinary Mackerel

regency dress for men - Hledat Googlem

Buckskin breeches and a claw-hammer coat.men's clothes have never looked better, and probably never will. And yeah, I don't care that they're men's clothes.

Sydney Gardens, Bath.  Jane Austen and her family were lodged directly across the street from Sydney Gardens when they lived at No 4 Sydney Place from 1801-04

Jane Austen and her family were lodged directly opposite Sydney Gardens when they lived at No. 4 Sydney Place between ”