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Alison Atlee, The Typewriter Girl (2013), about a down-on-her-luck typist in Victorian London who seizes her opportunity for a job at a seaside resort, offered to her by the builder of the resort's pleasure fair.

Review Jane Ashford, Married to a Perfect Stranger (2015), a Regency romance about a couple reunited two years after their honeymoon is disrupted when the husband is sent on a secret two-year government mission.

Julian Barnes, Arthur and George, nineteenth century author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle uses his insights as a writer of detective stories to help a man wrongly convicted of a crime.

Andrea Barrett, Servants of the Map, a collection of short stories set mostly in the early nineteenth century.

Gaynor Arnold, Girl in a Blue Dress (2008), about the widow of a famous writer (a fictionalized version of Charles Dickens) and her memories of their troubled marriage.

Mary Balogh, Then Comes Seduction (2009), Regency romance about a young baron who makes a wager while in his cups that he will succeed in seducing a wealthy and exceptionally virtuous young woman; #2 in the Huxtable series.

Mary Balogh, At Last Comes Love (2009), Regency romance about a woman tricked into a betrothal who gives her fiancé an ultimatum; #3 in the Huxtable series.

Joanna Barnden, Running Against the Tide (2013), about a London shipping magnate's daughter who falls in love with an apprentice lighterman in 1800.

Jonathan Barnes, The Somnambulist (2008), a darkly comic literary satire of nineteenth century detective novels, about a stage magician investigating a plot to destroy London.

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