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Northanger Abbey (Bk 2)

Northanger Abbey (Bk 2)
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S0003832278 F McD
Adult Fiction   Carrathool . Available .  
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S0003847176 F McD
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ISBN 9780007504275
Call Number F McD
Author McDermid, Val
Title Northanger Abbey (Bk 2)
Place of production London The Borough Press, 2014
Series Austen Project 2
Notes The Austen Project pairs six bestselling contemporary authors with Jane Austen’s six complete works: Sense and Sensibility / Joanne Trollope; Northanger Abbey / Val McDermid; Pride and Prejudice / Curtis Sittenfeld; Emma / Alexander McCall Smith, Persuasion and Mansfield Park.
A modern re-imagining of the Gothic Classic Northanger Abbey by the bestselling crime author Val McDermid. The second book in The Austen Project. Seventeen-year-old Catherine 'Cat' Morland has led a sheltered existence in rural Dorset, a life entirely bereft of the romance and excitement for which she yearns. So when Cat's wealthy neighbours, the Allens, invite her to Edinburgh Festival, she is sure adventure beckons. Edinburgh initially offers no such thrills: Susie Allen is obsessed by shopping, Andrew Allen by the Fringe. A Highland Dance class, though, brings Cat a new acquaintance: Henry Tilney, a pale, dark-eyed gentleman whose family home, Northanger Abbey, sounds perfectly thrilling. And an introduction to Bella Thorpe, who shares her passion for supernatural novels, provides Cat with a like-minded friend. But with Bella comes her brother John, an obnoxious banker whose vulgar behaviour seems designed to thwart Cat's growing fondness for Henry. Happily, rescue is at hand. The rigidly formal General Tilney invites her to stay at Northanger with son Henry and daughter Eleanor. Cat's imagination runs riot: an ancient abbey, crumbling turrets, secret chambers, ghosts...and Henry! What could be more deliciously romantic? But Cat gets far more than she bargained for in this isolated corner of the Scottish Borders. The real world outside the pages of a novel proves to be altogether more disturbing than the imagined world within.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Children of clergy
Female friendship
Interpersonal attraction
Young women
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Edinburgh (Scotland)
Genre General fiction
Personal Name Austen, Jane 1775-1817
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