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  • Eliza's Daughterby Joan Aiken

    Sourcebooks 2008; US$ 14.95

    A Young Woman Longing for Adventure and an Artistic Life... Because she's an illegitimate child, Eliza is raised in the rural backwater with very little supervision. An intelligent, creative, and free-spirited heroine, unfettered by the strictures of her time, she makes friends with poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge, finds... more...

  • Mansfield Park Revisitedby Joan Aiken

    Sourcebooks 2008; US$ 14.95

    In Aiken's sequel to Jane Austen's complex and fascinating novel, after heroine Fanny Price marries Edmund Bertram, they depart for the Caribbean, and Fanny's younger sister Susan moves to Mansfield Park as Lady Bertram's new companion. Surrounded by the familiar cast of characters from Jane Austen's original, and joined by a few charming new characters... more...

  • Watsons and Emma Watsonby Joan Aiken

    Sourcebooks 2008; US$ 14.95

    Jane Austen wrote the untitled fragment that was later called The Watsons in 1803-5, and it was published posthumously in 1871. Joan Aiken, well known for her Jane Austen sequels and children's books, finishes the fragment, introducing a new hero and seamlessly continuing where Jane Austen left off to a satisfying ending for all Austen fans. Emma... more...

  • Midwinter Nightingaleby Joan Aiken

    Random House Children's Books 2009; US$ 5.99

    Dido and Simon are in danger in this new addition to the Wolves Chronicles. Dido, back in England from America, is almost instantly kidnapped and taken to a derelict mansion surrounded by a deadly moat. The evil baron residing there, who is also a werewolf, wants desperately to know where King Dick is hidden. For the king is dying, and the evil baron... more...

  • The Serial Gardenby Joan Aiken

    Small Beer Press 2008; US$ 7.99

    The first complete collection of the Armitage stories--including four published here for the first time. more...

  • Limbo Lodgeby Joan Aiken

    RHCP 2010; US$ 11.63

    Dido Twite is aboard the Thrush , trying to return to England after her adventures in America. But orders have been sent to find Lord Herodsfoot, said to be on Aratu, the Pacific 'Island of the Pearl Snakes'. Snakes are the least of Dido's worries as she and her companions struggle through the jungle. On Aratu she is helped by spirit magic but also... more...

  • The Stolen Lakeby Joan Aiken

    RHCP 2009; US$ 10.18

    Dido Twite, heroine of Black Hearts in Battersea and Nightbirds on Nantucket , is on her wildest adventure yet. On her way back to London aboard the Thrush , Dido and crew are summoned to the aid of the tyrannical queen of New Cumbria. Her island is an infernal place where birds carry off men and fish eat human flesh. The queen is greatly distressed... more...

  • Night Birds On Nantucketby Joan Aiken

    RHCP 2010; US$ 10.18

    Shipwrecked Dido Twite, picked up by a whaling ship, finds herself many miles from home and facing deep troubles. Sinister Miss Slighcarp, the governess from Willoughby Chase, makes a reappearance, this time is cahoots with Hanoverian plotters who have a dastardly plan in mind. more...

  • The Cuckoo Treeby Joan Aiken

    RHCP 2010; US$ 11.63

    While her friend Capt Hughes recovers from a carriage accident, Dido is marooned with the odd inhabitants of the Tegleaze estate. Soon suspicious things happen; a priceless possession is stolen, a boy kidnapped, a twin sister found and when Dido catches a glimpse of her rascally father in Petworth, she is sure she is in the midst of another wicked... more...

  • Dido And Paby Joan Aiken

    RHCP 2010; US$ 10.18

    Dido Twite is waylaid by her father, the shady Abednego Twite, acting on instructions from his evil patron. Why is Dido so urgently needed in Wapping? Why are King Richard's friends all accidentally drowning in the Thames? How does hard-drinking Mrs Lily Bloodvessel figure in this intricate plot, with her cellar full of sleeping guttersnipes? ... more...