A “Just Hatched” Book – Death of a Clergyman by Riana Everly

I’m proud to be one of the first new releases listed at The Hist Fic Chick!
There’s a blurb and a bio… and why not see what else is newly hatched and exciting?

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For lovers of all things Jane Austen, Ms. Everly’s books do not disappoint!! Check out her latest Austenesque adventure!!

Death of a Clergyman: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery

Released on September 14, 2020

The series isMiss Mary Investigates. The novel isDeath of a Clergyman: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery by Riana Everly.

Blurb:Mary Bennet has always been the quiet sister, the studious and contemplative middle child in a busy family of five. She is not interested in balls and parties, and is only slightly bothered by the arrival of the distant cousin who will one day inherit her father’s estate. But then Mr. Collins is found dead, and Mary’s beloved sister Elizabeth is accused of his murder. Mary knows she must learn whatever she can to prove Elizabeth innocent of this most horrible crime, or her sister might be hanged as a murderess!

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Death of a clergyman by Riana Everly

Today’s blog tour visit takes me to Interests of a Jane Austen Girl. Come and see what Mr. Darcy has to say.

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Hello All, I know I haven’t been here much lately. I am going through an express course of German for university entry, so I am focusing on that, right now, but never fear, I have several reviews coming up in December and the coming year.

But now I will present Riana Everly, and her newest book, namely, “The Death of a Clergyman.” 

Blurb

Mary Bennet has always been the quiet sister, the studious and contemplative middle child in a busy family of five. She is not interested in balls and parties and is only slightly bothered by the arrival of the distant cousin who will one day inherit her father’s estate. But then Mr Collins is found dead, and Mary’s beloved sister Elizabeth is accused of his murder. Mary knows she must learn whatever she can to prove Elizabeth innocent of this most horrible crime or her sister might be…

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