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Jude Morgan

Jude Morgan, who studied with Malcolm Bradbury and Angela Carter, lives in England.  Morgan's works include Emily and Charlotte, a novel about the Brontë sisters; An Accomplished Woman; Symphony; Indiscretion; and Passion, which was called "one of the best books of 2005” by The Washington Post Book World.

Jude Morgan

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The Secret Life of William Shakespeare
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The Secret Life of William Shakespeare

Jude Morgan
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Press

Named One of Kirkus Reviews Best Fiction Books of 2014

There are so few established facts about how the son of a glove maker from Warwickshire became one of...

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A Little Folly
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A Little Folly

Jude Morgan
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

A witty and romantic novel of Regency love, family and appalling scandal, from a latter-day Jane Austen

When their strait-laced, domineering father, Sir Clement Carnell, dies, Valentine throws...

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Charlotte and Emily
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Charlotte and Emily

Jude Morgan
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

From an obscure country parsonage came three extraordinary sisters, who defied the outward bleakness of their lives to create the most brilliant literary work of their time. Now, in an astonishingly...

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Symphony
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Symphony

Jude Morgan
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

"A deeply empathic exploration of obsession and art, genius and madness. . . . Morgan's ability to bring each character to life is virtuosic." —The Washington Post Book World

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Indiscretion
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Indiscretion

Jude Morgan
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

When your father is a man of expensive tastes and schemes but very little money, you soon learn to make do. So when Captain Fortune, a well-meaning but profligate ex-soldier in Regency England, tells...

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Passion
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Passion

Jude Morgan
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin

Theirs was a world of obsession, genius, and above all…

In the turbulent years of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, three poets—Byron, Shelley, and Keats—come to prominence,...

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