Review: INDISCRETION by Jude Morgan

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by Ron Charles for Washington Post Book World (Jan. 5th, 2007)

“Halfway through Jude Morgan’s Indiscretion comes a litmus test for your sensitivity to Jane Austenism: A young woman in an exquisitely appointed manor in the English countryside complains, “There is nothing very grand, or exciting, or even terrible, to be met with in a district like this: it is all just narrow provincial dullness.” ”

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