The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy

The Mysterious Death of Mr Darcy A thrilling story of murder and betrayal filled with the scandal wit and intrigue characteristic of Austen s classic novelsFitzwilliam Darcy is devastated The joy of his recent wedding has been cut

  • Title: The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy
  • Author: Regina Jeffers
  • ISBN: 9781612431734
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • A thrilling story of murder and betrayal filled with the scandal, wit, and intrigue characteristic of Austen s classic novelsFitzwilliam Darcy is devastated The joy of his recent wedding has been cut short by the news of the sudden death of his father s beloved cousin, Samuel Darcy Elizabeth and Darcy travel to Dorset, a popular Regency resort area, to pay their respectsA thrilling story of murder and betrayal filled with the scandal, wit, and intrigue characteristic of Austen s classic novelsFitzwilliam Darcy is devastated The joy of his recent wedding has been cut short by the news of the sudden death of his father s beloved cousin, Samuel Darcy Elizabeth and Darcy travel to Dorset, a popular Regency resort area, to pay their respects to the well traveled and eccentric Samuel But this is no summer holiday Danger bubbles beneath Dorset s peaceful surface as strange and foreboding events begin to occur Several of Samuel s ancient treasures go missing, and then his body itself disappears As Darcy and Elizabeth investigate this mystery and unravel its tangled ties to the haunting legends of Dark Dorset, the legendary couple s love is put to the test when sinister forces strike close to home Some secrets should remain secrets, but Darcy will do all he can to find answers even if it means meeting his own end in the damp depths of a newly dug grave.With malicious villains, dramatic revelations and heroic gestures, The Mysterious Death of Mr Darcy will keep Austen fans turning the pages right up until its dramatic conclusion.

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  • Regina Jeffers

    Writing about passion comes easily to Regina Jeffers A master teacher for thirty seven years, she has passionately taught thousands of students English in the public schools of West Virginia, Ohio, and now in North Carolina Yet, teacher does not define her as a person Ask any of her students or her family, and they will tell you Regina is passionate about so many things her son, children in need, words, music, dance, the theatre, pro football, classic movies, the BBC, track and field, books, books, and books Holding multiple degrees, Regina often serves as a Language Arts or Media Literacy consultant to surrounding school districts and has served on state and national educational commissions A Time Warner Star Teacher and Crystal Apple Finalist, as well a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar, Jeffers is relatively new to the publishing realm although this is not her first piece of writing I have written all my life, she says, except it was not always in this format When I write now, I write as I used to choreograph routines for my dance teams I write the scene in my head like a movie Usually, it plays there for several days being tweaked and rewritten, but, eventually, I put it to paper Generally, it does not change much from there because I have completed several mental rewrites before the pen and papers are included The story of Fitzwilliam Darcy is one most women know It has fascinated me for years so while teaching Pride and Prejudice at school, a student challenged me to write this book His challenge became an obsession Whereas most female writers can relate to the strong, independent Elizabeth Bennet, my friends will tell you my voice comes out of Fitzwilliam Darcy s mouth Like Mr Darcy, I have by observation and by practice learned to say and do the proper thing, but I cannot say I ever knew what feelings were expected of me.

  • 566 Comments

  • Regina has done it again! This mystery envolving Elizabeth and Mr Darcy was engrossing right from the start. Mr Darcy gets a letter telling him that his fathers cousin Sameul Darcy has past away and that a cousin and him are the beneficiaries. Darcy and Elizabeth decide to leave imediately and figure they could get in a little vacation since there honeymoon was cut short due to the weather. Anyway when they arrive at the cousin's estate they find not all is well and that Samuel Darcy was murdere [...]


  • What a mystery detective story and with the best characters in literature! When Darcy's uncle dies who had a wealth of ancient treasures, Darcy and Elizabeth set out to handle estate matters only to become involved in a murder mystery. Samuel Darcy's cruel death with the murderer unknown is something Darcy is determined to solve with his cleaver wife's help. Between the gypsy band on the property, servants who don't know their place and museum archeologists who are determined to catalog all trea [...]


  • I was tempted to give up on this book but pushed my way through. Too many characters for me to follow and I got annoyed at Mr. Darcy's portrayal. Every time Elizabeth was out of his sight he'd get insecure and paranoid. Two star rating is generous.


  • I have to find out if this is a series. I found the ending to be a bit abrupt so perhaps it is? Regina Jeffers is my Gothic Princess.


  • My first book by this author. I really enjoyed this book quite a lot. This book continues from the story in P&P and sees Mr Darcy and Elizabeth venturing into the country in response to the summons that Darcy's cousin has died. The mystery deepens with every chapter. The mystery was full of wonderful twists and turns and the relationship between Elizabeth and fitzwilliam was very well done. 2 complaints that made me give it 3 instead of 4 stars. 1st - whilst I appreciate a book based on a cl [...]


  • I liked this book just like all the others in this series, but either I've read too many in a row or it lacked something in their characters to make it feel right. Elizabeth seemed off to me and so did Darcy to an extent. I wonder if that is purposeful, because they have only been married six months? Still I enjoyed the story and the mystery for the most part.


  • Jeffers has written numerous Austen sequels, some with greater success than others. This one had its issues. First, the title of this novel is disingenuous. The “Mr. Darcy” referenced is not our Mr. Darcy of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE; it is the cousin of Mr. Darcy’s father, Samuel Darcy, who meets his end under suspicious circumstances. Second, Jeffers is in love with Austen’s original language, so much so that she feels the need to persistently rehash it in Darcy and his wife’s conversation [...]


  • Don't worry, the Mr. Darcy who died is Fitzwilliam Darcy's cousin, Samuel.Soon after the wedding, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth travel to Dorset to pay their respects. Only the death wasn't an accident--nor is it the first. The two will have to unravel a complicated tangle of secrets hidden in this resort town before the murderer claims another Darcy.The story was a little too complicated for me, each plot twist following twist, and the number of bodies that could pile up before someone noticed someth [...]


  • Not many months after Darcy's marriage to Elizabeth Bennet he is informed of his father's cousins death - Samuel Darcy and of inheritance of the estate.They travel to Dorset to find that Samuel Darcy's body has disappeared and another body found on the grave.But then more bodies are found, and some of Samuel's treasures are lost and found. With the help of Colonel Fitzwilliam can the mystery be solved.I found Darcy too insecure concerning Elizabeth, but the story was still enjoyable.


  • I have to say that I liked Darcy's Passions, but this time, Ms Jeffers mix of chick it and steampunk left me cold. I am sorry, torpedoes and the American civil war just do not go together with Jane Austen, an author who studiously avoided any mention of the Napoleonic campaigns. And Ms Jeffers, just a touch too much 'panting and sighing'.


  • I am a big fan of Ms. Jeffers's mysteries, and this one does not disappoint. There are plenty of twists and turns and even when the reader figures out who the "bad guy" is, there is another twist, which throws him off again. Darcy and Elizabeth, Austen's favorite characters, are well defined, as our the new characters Jeffers creates for the reader.


  • A real page turner. A unique story with mystery that is full of twists and turns, our favorite P&P characters that hold true to orginal and a story that is complex and holds your interest from the first page. A must read for all Austen fans. Regina does it again!


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