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The Secret Adventures of Charlotte Brontë is the 13th published work by Laura Joh Rowland and the first entry in the Charlotte Brontë series.

Official Synopsis Edit

"THE SECRET ADVENTURES OF CHARLOTTE BRONTË, by Laura Joh Rowland (author of the Sano Ichiro mystery series) is an epic, world-at-stake thriller starring the legendary 19th century author and her equally famous family. It’s a tour of Victorian England from gutter to palace, featuring a hero who combines Mr. Rochester with Agent 007 and a villain whose devious schemes threaten the very fabric of the British Empire. Charlotte Brontë is plunged headlong into the sort of thrilling adventures and passionate romance she never actually experienced, but secretly craved."[1]

Acknowledgments Edit

"To my agent, Pamela Ahearan, for her loyalty and perseverance."

Plot Edit

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Locations Edit

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Trivia Edit

  • In some copies of the book, a part of the text is missing at the bottom of page 67. The missing text is "...suburb. Its terraced Regency-era houses..."

References Edit

  1. The Secret Adventures of Charlotte Bronte, Laura Joh Rowland. Retrieved April 22nd, 2016.