Jennifer Kloester on Regency Buck (1935)

Last Friday, as part of her ongoing Heyer Legacy Project, Jen gave her thoughts on Georgette Heyer’s first Regency-set novel, Regency Buck. Read all about it here.

And catch up on Jen’s series digging deep into Heyer’s bibliography:

The Black Moth – from teen novel to enduring best-seller

The Great Roxhythe 1922 & 1929

The Transformation of Philip Jettan

Instead of the Thorn – A daring novel

Who loves Simon the Coldheart?

These Old Shades – always a favourite (Part 1)

These Old Shades – always a favourite (Part 2)

Helen – a very revealing story

The Masqueraders – written in a grass hut

Pastel – telling too much?

Beauvallet – a great adventure

Barren Corn – the fourth and final modern novel

The Conqueror – a deep dive into history

Footsteps in the Dark – the first detective-thriller

Devil’s Cub – “What price a sequel to These Old Shades?”

Why Shoot a Butler? – “A classic tale of crime and detection”

The Convenient Marriage – written at the Sussex Oak

The Unfinished Clue – “pure joy from start to finish”

Death in the Stocks – mirth and murder

Really, Jen just knows everything, doesn’t she?