Luminaries Who Fancied Dashing off Something on TBNLA ‘Classic Companion II’/ The Amiable Cassandra
What the Beau Monde are Saying about TBNLA upon Amazon!
‘Lady A~ is the new Jane’
‘A treat for every Janeite’
‘As good as it gets’
‘Classically and faithfully Austen’
Fix a penetrating eye upon this pidwidgeon piece of ivory for future pronouncements regarding TBNLA ‘Classic Companions III-V1I™’.
An arch clue to what beau or belle may be next in the ‘Bath Corner’…
‘Nottinghamshire is a county, which, by force of history, is steeped in notoriety. By this dubitable qualification, then, no better place could herald the arrival of one its inhabitants lately settled there—a much-talked-of gentleman, who went by the name of Mr. ______.’
If you have come to adore our beautiful and noble Mr. William Halford in M&M (Merits and Mercenaries), & if you have thence prostrated yourself at the fair feet of our dazzling Mr. John Lascelles in TAC (The Amiable Cassandra), then a measure of fascination will follow our third intriguing Buck as he challenges the state of the stately and the fate of fortunes won and lost…
Discover all of the ‘steamy’ particulars of each Bath Novel in every lavishly lathered ‘nook’ of our new ‘Bath Corner’ feature. Now Debuting in these Quarters ...
Intrigued by such morsels of mystery? Well then, you must simply read what it is that lies behind the TBNLA concept entire! In an historically plausible preface text that precedes every Bath Novel, discover how TBNLA came to be and who held their secret for so long—and why such person chose to share them with the world at last. Purchase and Possess TBNLA’s Classic Companions, Merits and Mercenaries & The Amiable Cassandra, to read all about the enigmatic origins of this unknown oeuvre.
Hint! It all begins with an event well recorded in Jane Austen’s history, and this incident is related in startling detail in a letter from Cassandra Austen, Jane’s sister, to the superb Miss Anne Sharp, Jane’s fast and firmly independent friend….
No contemporary Janeite will deny that a faithfully sublime adaptation of any of JA’s ‘sacred six’ is worth its weight in pewter. In the interest of probing Ladeite feelings to this end then, as far as any of TBNLA may be concerned, leave us a confidential Ladeite calling card to signify your interest in seeing any of our Bath Novel ‘Classic Companions’ adapted into film, starting with, The Amiable Cassandra.