Order of Jane Austen Mysteries Books

Being A Jane Austen Mysteries by Stephanie Barron
The Jane Austen Mysteries is a series of historical mystery novels by American author Stephanie Barron. The series takes one of the greatest authors of English literature, Jane Austen, and turns her into an amateur sleuth. (more…)

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Order of Stephanie Barron Books

Stephanie Barron Francine Mathews
Stephanie Barron is an American novelist of mystery and thriller novels. She writes the Merry Folger series (as Francine Mathews) and the Being a Jane Austen Mysteries series. Stephanie majored in European History at Princeton, while working part-time for the Miami Herald and the San Jose Mercury News. She also went for her Doctorate in history, but instead ending up settling for her Master’s degree. Stephanie has also worked for the CIA as an intelligence analyst. (more…)

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Order of Jenny Cooper Books

Jenny Cooper by MR Hall
Jenny Cooper is the protagonist in a series of crime fiction novels by British novelist M.R. Hall. Jenny Cooper works as a coroner in Severn Vale, Gloucestershire. The courtroom is a major setting in the series, which is where author M.R. Hall is very experienced. (more…)

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Order of M.R. Hall Books

MR Hall
M.R. Hall is a British author of mystery novels as well as a screenwriter. He writes the Coroner Jenny Cooper series. He attended Hereford Cathedral School and graduated from Worcester College, Oxford with a law degree. He practiced law before he switched to a writing career in 1995. His screenwriting credits include Kavanagh QC, Dalziel and Pascoe, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Life Support, Holby City, Foyle’s War and Blue Murder, as well as creator credits on Wing and a Prayer and New Street Law. Hall lives in South Wales. (more…)

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Order of Jim McGill Books

Jim McGill by Joseph Flynn
Jim McGill is the protagonist in a series of political thriller/mystery novels by American novelist Joseph Flynn. Jim McGill is an ex-cop who is currently working as a private investigator. He is also married to the first woman President of the United States, making him the “First Gentleman” (or is that “President’s Henchman?”). (more…)

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