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*The titles that have highlighted links are the ones I have read and reviewed on this blog

**This list is in chronological order based on the publication year

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Austenesque Novels for Northanger Abbey

Miss Eleanor Tilney: or, The Reluctant Heroine by Sherwood Smith © 2016 (ebook only)  APV MC  N

The Last Adventure of the Scarlet Pimpernel (Jane Austen’s Fighting Men Volume 2) by Jack Caldwell © 2016 S  MC

– Naples to Northanger by Ronald McGowan © 2016 (ebook only)  S  MC

Banff Springs Abbey by Samantha Adkins © 2015  M  N

Northanger Abbey by Val McDermid © 2014  M 

– When I’m With You (The Jane Austen Academy Series #3) by Cecilia Gray  © 2012  YA  M

Northanger Alibi by Jennie James © 2012  M  YA

– Murder Most Austen by Tracy Kiely © 2012  MY

– Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale © 2012  MY

Henry Tilney’s Diary by Amanda Grange © 2011  APV

Northanger Abbey Angels and Dragons by Vera Nazarian © 2010  P  PA

There Must Be Murder by Margaret C. Sullivan © 2010  S  N  MY

– Nachtstürm Castle by Emily C. A. Snyder © 2010  S

Summer of Secrets by Rosie Rushton © 2008  M  YA

– North by Northanger: Or The Shades of Pemberley by Carrie Bebris © 2006  MY 

Northpointe Chalet by Debra White Smith © 2005  M

Uninvited Guests by Jane Gillespie © 1994  S  MC

 

Austenesque Novels for Lady Susan

Love and Friendship: In Which Jane Austen’s Lady Susan Vernon Is Entirely Vindicated by Whit Stillman © 2016  R

Lady Susan Plays the Game by Janet Todd  © 2013  R

Lady Vernon and Her Daughter: A Novel of Jane Austen’s Lady Susan by Jane Rubino and Caitlen Rubino-Bradway © 2009  R

Lady Susan by Phyllis Ann Karr © 1980

 

Austenesque Novels for Sanditon

– Set in the Silver Sea “Sanditon” Finished by Jane Austen and a Gentleman © 2016 (ebook only)

The Suspicion at Sanditon: Or the Disappearance of Lady Delham by Carrie Bebris © 2015  MY 

Sanditon by Juliette Shapiro © 2004 (republished in 2009)

Cure for All Diseases by Reginald Hill © 2008  MY  M

Charlotte by Julia Barrett © 2000

Sanditon by Anna Austen Lefroy © 1983 (probably written in the 1830’s or 1840’s)

Sanditon by Jane Austen and “Another Lady” © 1976 (republished in 1998)

– Somewhat Lengthened by Alice Cobbett © 1932

 

Austenesque Novels for The Watsons

Brinshore: A Sequel to Emma and Elizabeth (The Watson Novels Book 2) by Ann Mychal © 2015  S

Emma and Elizabeth (The Watson Novels Book 1) by Ann Mychal © 2014

The Watsons by Merryn Williams © 2005

Emma Watson by Joan Aiken © 1996 (republished in 2008)

The Watsons by Jane Austen and Another Lady © 1977

The Watsons by John Coates © 1958 (republished in 1975)

The Watsons by Edith and Francis Brown © 1928

The Watsons by L. Oulton © 1923

The Younger Sister by Catherine Anne Hubback © 1850

 

Austenesque Novels for Juvenilia

Young Jane:  Three Plays Inspired by Jane Austen’s Juvenilia by Cecily O’Neil © 2016 (ebook only)  PL

Edgar and Emma: A Novel After Jane Austen by Robert Rodi © 2016  R

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Key:
M – Modern Adaption
YA – Young Adult
MY – Mystery
S – Sequel
N – Novella
PL – Play
P – Paranormal
PA – Parody
APV – Alternate Point-of-View
MC – Minor Character
R – Retelling
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5 Comments on "A Comprehensive Guide to Austenesque Novels – Northanger Abbey and Jane Austen’s Minor Works"

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Ms. Lucy

This is terrific- Thanks so much for listing these. I’ve just recently started reding some of these shorter works and have found them to be entertaining and quick. Wonderful!

Alexa Adams

Have you ever been able to get your hands on a copy of Anna Austen Lefroy’s Sanditon? I really love Sanditon continuations, Another Lady’s being my favorite, and have long wondered where Jane Austen’s niece took the story.

Alexa Adams

Have you ever been able to get your hands on a copy of Anna Austen Lefroy’s Sanditon? I really love Sanditon continuations, Another Lady’s being my favorite, and have long wondered where Jane Austen’s niece took the story.

Meredith

No I haven’t read any other except for the one by another lady. I loved that one so much, but to read one written by a relative of Austen’s would be interesting.

suzan

I really enjoyed Lady Vernon and her daughter. It was wonderfully done.

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