The Haunting of Longbourn by C. P. Odom

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    The Haunting of Longbourn C. P. Odom Wednesday, October 27, 1813 Longbourn, Hertfordshire “Mr. and Mrs. Darcy, sir,” Hill announced from the door to her master’s refuge. “Tea is being prepared.” Mr. Bennet greeted his favourite daughter and … Read More

The Pemberley Ravens by Kelly Miller

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    My first association with ravens was the immortal poem, “The Raven,” by American gothic horror writer Edgar Allan Poe. “The Raven,” originally published in 1845, presents the bird as a symbol of death, loss, and ultimately, evil. But … Read More

Summer in the Lakes by C. P. Odom

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Would you like to spend part of your summer in the Lake District? In this delightful vignette by C. P. Odom, we will join Darcy, Elizabeth, and the Gardiners on their excursion. C. P. shares his own creation for the … Read More

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