Book Review: ‘Jane Austen’s Lost Letters: A Josie Prescott Antiques Novel’ By Jane K. Cleland

by | Dec 13, 2021 | Books | 0 comments

The 14th novel in the series is another fun addition to the series. Murder, mysteries and the characters we love are all back and there’s startling twists and turns for our main character of Josie Prescott. Josie Prescott is filming the next episode ofJosie’s Antiques, with her new friend Gloria, when she has a visitor to the set. A woman named Veronica Sutton shows up with a package for Josie from her father, who died in 2001 at the World Trade Center. She drops off the package and leaves, refusing to answer any questions. In the package is a hand-written note to Josie and two letters from 1811 and 1814, signed by Jane Austen. Josie is not sure if they’re real or not and will investigate them. She tries to find Veronica to get more information. But things get side-stepper when Gloria and other dead bodies show up and Josie is doing her own investigation of things, which puts her own life in jeopardy. She finally gets the answers from Veronica she is looking for and is in for a shock as well as solving the murders, she and her husband Ty have big decisions to make about their personal life.

You can pick up Jane Austen’s Lost Letters in stores now from Minotaur Books.