Date with Death By Julia Chapman: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Cynthia Chow

It was sadly ironic that just as Delilah Metcalfe launched the online Dales Dating Agency, her marriage collapsed and her husband filed for divorce. A former website designer, Delilah’s mortgage and flailing businesses have her sinking towards insolvency and in danger of losing it all. A sympathetic bank manager, her Uncle Wooly, grants Delilah the grace period of six months to prove that DDA’s new speed-dating events are the ticket to new clients and a profitable business. Delilah is certain that even in tiny Bruncliffe, England, lonely villagers are more than ready to find true their love.

A Death in the Dales By Frances Brody: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Sandra Murphy
& Frances Brody

As Freda Simonson looks out her bedroom window, she sees a man being tossed out on his ear from the local pub. He’s obviously had too much to drink and lands in a heap in the gutter. Before the barman can go back inside, a man rushes from the darkness and in the following scuffle, the barman falls to the ground, dead. A crowd gathers, and it’s assumed the drunken man was the murderer. Only Freda knows the truth, and no one believes her.

Fresno Area Regency England Fellowship: Born Out of a Love for Jane Austen

by Submitted by FAREF

It is a truth universally acknowledged that those who adore historical eras of elegance and manners long to don period costumes and gather together for tea or to discuss classic literature. Central Valley residents Carrie Flores and Sharon Lathan have discovered this to be true. A mutual passion for Jane Austen and the Regency Era of England brought these two ladies together to forge a sincere friendship that has lead them to establish the Fresno Area Regency England Fellowship (FAREF).



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