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She has just finished the fourth in The Shogun Quartet, her quartet of novels set in nineteenth century Japan during the fifteen years when the country was convulsed by civil war and transformed from rule by the shoguns into a society that looked to the west. She decided that a little reconnaissance was in order. That ‘landing place’ was eventually made evident and whether or not it was the savviest decision on the 'A'-genda, I elected to write a ‘companion’ collection of seven original novels to Austen’s perfect six.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Third edition (October 6, 2013)

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