It's 1832, and Lady Eleanor Parker (nee Tilney) is planning for a much anticipated family reunion with her brother Henry and his wife Cathy and their children.  Now that their father General Tilney has passed away, the widowed Eleanor, who has inherited Northanger Abbey from her brother Henry, plans to make the house into the happy home it never was during their childhood.  But a series of mysterious events occur when it is discovered that their father left Northanger Abbey to the son of his oldest son, the late Frederick Tilney, who is also the son of Cathy's old friend Isabella Thorpe. When Eleanor and Henry find out they cannot contest their father's will, they think they must leave their childhood home forever.  But is this boy, despite a strong resemblance to their late brother, really his son? Or is Isabella Thorpe using the boy to avenge the Tilney family for what she perceives as a slight done to her during their time in Bath? As the mystery unfolds, the young Frederick Tilney III wins the heart of Henry and Cathy's daughter Ellie, and creates havoc throughout Northanger Abbey as Henry, Eleanor, Cathy and others search for the truth.

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Very enjoyable! Love the plot twists and resolves!

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I loved this book!!! It's a great story and I couldn't put it down. The characters were very well thought out and although I didn't understand her love for this man, I was captivated!!!! Highly recommend!

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