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From the number one bestselling author of Miss Austen, a powerful and moving novel featuring Jane Austen's closest friend and confidante ...

'Displays a keen sense of wit and rich characterisation ... a thoroughly enjoyable book' Observer
'So envious of anyone yet to read this. A triumph!' Nigella Lawson
'A masterly piece of storytelling.' Helena Kelly
'The great writer is brought to life in this clever, well-researched piece of fiction' The Times
'Thoroughly entertaining, Godmersham Park has some of the same understated wit and sharp observation as Austen's novels' Sunday Times
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Early evening, 1804: Anne Sharpe arrives at Godmersham Park in Kent.

Alone and desperately in need of an independent income, she is to become a governess to twelve-year-old Fanny Austen.

But her new role in this large household where she is neither a servant nor a member of the family is an awkward one, and Anne is keenly aware that one wrong move may result in her instant dismissal.

Then dashing Henry Austen and his younger sister Jane come to stay.

Both take an immediate interest in the pretty, clever governess, and Anne quickly becomes drawn into the above-stairs life of the Austen family.

Soon, and despite her best efforts, she finds she is falling in love.

But has her survival at Godmersham Park just become a good deal more precarious?

Godmersham Park

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