Henry and Catherine Tilney are content with their married life: a comfortable parsonage, their dogs, and one another. The idea of returning to Bath a year after they first met there seems like it can only add to their happiness; but Catherine finds that Bath still carries social dangers that she must learn to navigate. What is the nature of Henry's past relationship with a beautiful young woman? Why is a rakish baronet paying Catherine such particular attention? Is General Tilney going to marry the woman known in Bath as The Merry Widow-and what did she have to do with her husband's death? And will Henry ever be able to keep his Newfoundland out of the river? Revisit the winter pleasures of Georgian Bath with your favorite characters from Jane Austen's hilarious Northanger Abbey, and prepare for a bit of romance, a bit of mystery, and a very nice story indeed!
About the author
Margaret C. Sullivan is the Editrix of AustenBlog.com, a compendium of news and commentary about Jane Austen's work in popular culture. She also created the website Molland's (www.mollands.net), a resource for Jane Austen fans. She is the author of The Jane Austen Handbook: A Sensible Yet Elegant Guide to Her World (Quirk Books, 2007) and contributed to the anthology Jane Austen Made Me Do It, edited by Laurel Ann Nattress (Random House, 2011). Margaret is a life member of the Jane Austen Society of North America.
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