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Death Comes To Pemberley

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Death Comes to Pemberley ist ein dreiteiliges britisches Fernsehdrama, das auf dem meistverkauften P.D. James gleichnamiger Roman. Ihr Krimi basierte auf dem Stil und den Charakteren von Jane Austens Roman Pride and Prejudice von Entdecken Sie Death Comes to Pemberley [UK Import] und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. Death Comes to Pemberley | James, P. D. | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Death Comes to Pemberley: Elizabeth Bennet und Fitzwilliam Darcy sind inzwischen seit sechs Jahren verheiratet. Ihr jährlicher Ballabend wird im Oktober. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Death Comes to Pemberley«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Death Comes to Pemberley. Staffel 1. +. Adaptation of PD James's bestselling homage to Pride and Prejudice. Elizabeth and Darcy, now six years. Death Comes to Pemberley von P. D. James im qdrums.eu Bücher Shop versandkostenfrei bestellen. Reinklicken und zudem tolle Bücher-Highlights entdecken!

Death Comes To Pemberley

Death Comes to Pemberley | James, P. D. | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Death Comes to Pemberley ist ein dreiteiliges britisches Fernsehdrama, das auf dem meistverkauften P.D. James gleichnamiger Roman. Ihr Krimi basierte auf dem Stil und den Charakteren von Jane Austens Roman Pride and Prejudice von Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Death Comes to Pemberley«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen!

They play the roles of the 2 characters settled into married life so well. Irene S. This list compiles all the films and miniseries with an historical setting that I've watched, organized in chronological order check….

Death Comes to Pemberley. Where to watch Trailer. Director Daniel Percival. David Thrasher. Genres mystery drama. Fanfiction, but the casting is perfect.

The novel was a fairly decent read, mixing some…. Matthew Rhys as Darcy is a yes. You gotta love English drama. This list is for scripts or source material written or co-written by women.

Recs welcome! What were PD James, her agent and her publisher thinking? And more to the point, what was I thinking, deciding to actually spend money on this book?

All I can say is that it seemed like a good idea at the time. I am in what I presume to be the target demographic for this novel: female, passionate about Jane Austen's novels, a long-time reader of crime fiction and a fan of PD James to boot.

Indeed, if James' name had not been on the cover, this is a book I would not have contemplated rea Oh dear. Indeed, if James' name had not been on the cover, this is a book I would not have contemplated reading, for while I love Austen, I have an instinctive prejudice against the Austen prequel-sequel-continuation-fanfic industry.

PD James, I thought, could make this work. She didn't. So what seemed like a good idea turned into a very bad idea indeed.

Where to start? I'll try to come up with something positive to say about the book first. There are bits of witty dialogue and the occasional worthwhile section of descriptive language.

As for the negatives, the problem will be to limit myself to just a few of the things I disliked most. I'll start with the disastrous lack of characterisation and the tedious plot.

All of the life Austen breathed into them has been sucked out. James' own characters are scarcely more interesting.

The plot is dull and for a mystery it's not very mysterious. Sure, there's a dead body, but there's remarkably little detecting and the resolution - which arises from a deus ex machina view spoiler [deathbed confession hide spoiler ] falls as flat as the characterisation.

What else? Well, there are some extremely annoying "As you know, Bob" information dumps which made my eyes roll clear to the back of my head.

Equally annoying although I admit it made both me and my husband hoot with laughter was a section in which Darcy foreshadows changes to the jury system in criminal trials and the introduction of appeals from jury verdicts.

I seem to recall another bit of foreshadowing: something about how America was going to become a great nation in which human rights would be protected.

I'm hazy on the details here. That bit came at a point when I was pretty desperate to finish the book. Another thing I hated was the introduction of characters from other Austen novels whose names are randomly woven into the narrative, for what purpose I have no idea.

It was unnecessary, clumsy and frankly laughable. I could write a lot more about the problems I have with the novel, but I'll leave that to others.

If I keep going I might not know when to stop. I know from my long experience of reading James' novels that she is a writer of competent police procedurals.

But something went very wrong with this experiment. Readers who want to read a Pride and Prejudice continuation will want to at least recognise the characters they know and love.

They won't find them in this novel. Readers who want to read a mystery novel will want a puzzle to solve. Their expectations won't be met either.

Admittedly, when I started reading this novel I wasn't convinced that it would appeal to me. That was my prejudice against Austen fanfic speaking.

I thought James could be the writer who would lead me to overcome that prejudice - or that at the very least I would get to read an entertaining piece of crime fiction - but that was not to be.

This book is a big fail in all departments, only made bearable by the fact that it was a buddy read with my friends Jemidar and Jeannette.

The lesson I have learned from the experience? My aversion to Austen fan fiction is soundly based. Austen's characters belong in her novels and in my imagination.

I really don't want to see them anywhere else. I thought about giving this book two stars, but I can't. I can't rate it any more highly than that.

I don't agree with the reviewer's assessment, but different perspectives are always worth reading.

View all comments. Well-known detective fiction writer P. James took on the Pride and Prejudice characters and setting in this murder mystery.

Because that's just the sort of thing they do. But something strange happens to them in the woods near Pemberley. Lydia arrives at the Darcy home in hys 1.

Lydia arrives at the Darcy home in hysterics, wailing that her husband Wickham has been shot by a man named Denny, Wickham's friend. When the hastily organized search party finds Wickham, it's the opposite: Wickham is drunkenly weeping by Denny's body, saying that he had killed his friend.

Is that actually a confession of murder? In any case, it's highly incriminating, and Wickham is taken into custody.

And here we launch into the details of the murder investigation and the 19th century British legal system, and how criminal cases were handled. The characters have very little relation to Austen's, and the wit and humor is as dead as poor Denny.

How an accomplished author takes several interesting ingredients--a murder mystery and the Pride and Prejudice setting and characters--and manages to stir them together and bake them into a stiff, boring, humorless lump of underdone pumpernickel bread, is a mystery that, sadly, will remain forever unanswered.

Seriously, don't bother. I was really looking forward to reading this. I love Jane Austen - and I love P. James too in different moods, naturally.

Both are masters of their chosen types of fiction. But this book It started off intriguingly enough when Lydia fifth and most reprobate Bennett daughter from "Pride and Prejudice" runs into Pemberley, where her elder sister now resides, screaming that her husband has been murdered.

Not your average Jane Austen fare, but enough to make a modern reader sit up and take I was really looking forward to reading this.

Not your average Jane Austen fare, but enough to make a modern reader sit up and take notice. This is followed by maybe a hundred pages where I was still enjoying the experience of a "new Pride and Prejudice" as P.

James seemed to have captured the essence of the characters, and also up to a point, Jane Austen's style of writing. But something was missing.

Then it hit me. There was no humour, no wit, and it was all getting rather boring. It descended into a monotonous police procedural with a very messy attempt to incur some mystery towards the end.

I was heartily glad to finish this novel; it was a huge disappointment. Why did she write it? Maybe it's just an example of a great idea that really doesn't work in practice.

View all 32 comments. I expect I am not alone in having bought this book because I was attracted by the idea of a murder mystery set in Pemberley.

James would successfully channel Jane Austen's muse. I was to be disappointed on both counts. The plot is dull but complex, the writing is mostly dull and no more than occasionally a pale shadow of Jane Austen's , worst of all, Elizabeth herself is dull and pa I expect I am not alone in having bought this book because I was attracted by the idea of a murder mystery set in Pemberley.

The plot is dull but complex, the writing is mostly dull and no more than occasionally a pale shadow of Jane Austen's , worst of all, Elizabeth herself is dull and passive.

It's hard to escape the conclusion that this novel has been written to order, from a publisher's concept, to give an author whose powers are failing a more comfortable retirement.

It is certainly very far from being the labour of love of a gifted writer, who knows Pride and Prejudice intimately, that one might have hoped for.

Walk-on roles for characters from some of Jane Austen's other novels, while they may raise a smile, only serve to emphasise how poor the characterisation actually is.

If one started with a hackneyed Victorian melodrama about a poor servant girl undone by a heartless aristocrat, and attempted to transplant it half a century back in time without worrying too much about period detail, changed some character names, and interpolated a few passages linking back to well-loved Jane Austen novels you would end up with something very close to this book.

Don't buy it, or bother to read it. View all 4 comments. Dec 24, Gary the Bookworm rated it did not like it Shelves: sorry-i-started. This is perhaps the worst of all the Pride and Prejudice sequels and prequels.

Over the years I've read some outlandish stuff-Elizabeth and Darcy enjoying a quickie in the morning room, an insane woman haunting Pemberley and making Darcy unfit for Miss Eliza-and other such rubbish.

But nowhere else did they seem so dull and lifeless, so devoid of charm and spark. Be forewarned, the death referred to in the title is really that of Elizabeth Bennett which is simply unforgivable.

View all 8 comments. There were good and bad things about this book. It gave more nuanced portraits of some of the characters, notably Darcy but also some minor characters.

It invites the reader to think a little differently about Jane Austen's classic novel. However, the use of Austen's source material, though meant as an affectionate tribute, is wooden, often heavy-handed and often overdone.

Some characters are dealt with unsatisfactorily. Mary ends up in a situation which for her is suitable in fact I had though There were good and bad things about this book.

Mary ends up in a situation which for her is suitable in fact I had thought of a similar fate for her long before reading this. But Kitty is scarcely mentioned, is portrayed in a way that doesn't jive with Austen's version of her, and is relegated to the shadows.

Bennet, who could have provided some gorgeous comic relief, is barely heard from. Lady Catherine, suitably housebroken, barely barks at all.

Finally, Georgiana's fate, while happy, seems engineered in a rather facile way and perplexes me also.

View all 7 comments. Nov 05, Jane rated it did not like it Shelves: did-not-finish , fiction. Where I got the book: my local library.

Unable to finish for the reasons cited below: made it to page It hurts to write this review. Her subtlety, her edginess, the sheer intelligence of her prose, the nuances of her characters I could go on.

I'm sure I wasn't the only fan to get all excited about the idea of PD James doing Pride and Prejudice ; what insights, what delicate twists of humor, what li Where I got the book: my local library.

I'm sure I wasn't the only fan to get all excited about the idea of PD James doing Pride and Prejudice ; what insights, what delicate twists of humor, what light would she shed on Jane Austen's world?

So I feel cheated. Chunks of turgid prose. Inane dialogue that appears to have come straight from the pages of a s girls' magazine.

And published by Alfred A. Now owned Knopf, not James, although that's also debatable by Random House. Who also recently gave us Fifty Shades of Grey.

I have listened to the traditional publishing world SCREAMING that they are the last bastion of quality in publishing and that all the newcomers on the scene don't give a crap about good literature.

And then they do this. I'm not going to start questioning why James is writing fan fiction in the style of a year-old novice.

I really don't care. For shame. View all 18 comments. Recommended to Wealhtheow by: Richard. Shelves: historical , regency.

Some years after Pride and Prejudice , Lydia Wickham nee Bennet stumbles through the front door of Pemberley in hysterics.

There were gunshots in the woods, and she's sure her husband has been murdered. Darcy and some of the other men go out in search, and find view spoiler [Mr.

Wickham crouched over Denny's body. He is covered in blood and, upon seeing them, says he killed his friend. In fact, there really isn't a murder investigation; the most the characters do in regards to the murder is sit around the fire talking about whether or not the alleged murderer has the mindset possible to do the deed.

No evidence turns up, nor do the characters make any attempt to find any. The full story of the murder is randomly turned up in a deathbed confession, and then another character equally randomly confesses the rest of the plot.

It's a very odd book. Usually a murder mystery involves a long period of finding out clues, or talking to witnesses, or figuring out the motives--and instead the characters just go over the same three facts ad nauseum.

For example: we see the discovery of the body through Mr. Darcy's eyes, and then he relives the discovery a few times, and then he recounts the discovery several times to various law enforcement personnel.

His story and view of the facts never change, so there's no point to going over it all again almost word-for-word. It's no good as historical fiction, because although James has clearly done some research into the period which she infodumps randomly; for example, apropos of nothing, Darcy soapboxes about the need for an appeals court she doesn't seem to get the underpinnings of Regency society.

The characters are worried that they might upset the police by moving the body--even though they would have no reason to expect an autopsy, and the police of the time were a distrustred force of ill-trained, ill-paid, low class dudes who barely existed yet.

And even a century later the police wouldn't be going in the front door, let alone questioning rich gentlemen about their alibis in the parlor!

And it doesn't work as a continuation of Pride and Prejudice, either. The spirit and wit of Austen is completely missing, but then I expected that.

But the characters are all wrong as well! Elizabeth is a quiet, maternal figure in the background, who has about three scenes total.

She and Mr. Colonel Fitzwilliam gets a complete character assassination--far from the wry, practical man who bantered with Lizzy, here he's a prig who despises her.

It doesn't ring true. Death Comes to Pemberley just doesn't satisfy on any level. If you're looking for murder mysteries set in the Regency period, I suggest the Julian Kestral series by Kate Ross instead.

That child-molesting, predatory lying scumbag. Nov 04, Melindam rated it did not like it Shelves: crime-detective-fiction , meh , ja-bandwagon , yawn-boring.

This book is the literary equivalent of a sleeping pill. She just had NO CLUE which is rather unpardonable when you are a writer of mysteries a This book is the literary equivalent of a sleeping pill.

View all 10 comments. Jun 03, Barbara rated it it was ok Shelves: womchallenge. In this 'sequel' the characters of "Pride and Prejudice" find additional drama in their lives when a murder occurs on the Pemberley estate.

As the book opens Elizabeth Darcy, who's been happily married to Fitzwilliam Darcy for six years now, is preparing for Lady Anne's ball - an annual event at Pemberley.

On the evening before the grand event a horse drawn carriage careens up to the Pemberley mansion and Elizabeth's flighty young sister Lydia emerges, screaming that her husband is dead.

Turns out In this 'sequel' the characters of "Pride and Prejudice" find additional drama in their lives when a murder occurs on the Pemberley estate.

Turns out a hired carriage was carrying Lydia, her irresponsible, rakish husband George Wickham, and Wickham's friend Captain Denny to Pemberley when Denny demanded the driver stop the carriage.

Denny then got out, hurled harsh words at Wickham, and entered the woods. Wickham, trying to stop Denny, followed him. Soon afterwards shots were heard, Lydia became hysterical, and the driver took off for Pemberley.

Lydia's appearance was completely unexpected since she and Wickham were not invited to the ball and Wickham was not welcome at Pemberly under any circumstances.

Darcy organizes a search of the woods and Captain Denny is found dead with grievous wounds on his head. Wickham, beside the body, is distraught - moaning that it's his fault that Denny is dead.

The authorities are notified, witnesses are questioned, there's an inquest, and Wickham is put on trial for murder. I know some people liked this book, part of the pleasure being the opportunity to visit familiar characters including members of Elizabeth's family, and Darcy's sister Georgiana and her suitors.

There are other interesting personalities in the book as well, including members of the too full-of-themselves British 'upper classes', servants in the Pemberley household, workers on the estate, an extortionist, and so on.

I found the plot slow-moving and tedious, however. The story moseys along to a climax after which there's a very long section of exposition explaining everything that happened.

In my opinion this is a rare case where the the TV adaptation of the story a three-part miniseries available on Netflix is much better than the book.

In the TV series the important plot points are distributed throughout the story, a structure that's much more compelling than having a couple of guys explain everything at the end.

Plus there's more dramatic tension, which admittedly takes a little license with the story but makes it more engaging.

All in all, not a great book. View all 3 comments. Jun 14, Amalia Gkavea rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites , british-literature , mystery.

When it comes to re-writings or new versions of classical novels and classical characters, I am the least open-minded person imaginable, especially when we are talking about Pride and Prejudice.

However, I really enjoyed P. James' treatment of Elizabeth, Darcy and Georgiana, because it is clear that she respected Jane Austen's creations and tried to breathe new life unto them, presenting their lives after their marriage.

I liked the descriptions of the trials that took place, having the chance When it comes to re-writings or new versions of classical novels and classical characters, I am the least open-minded person imaginable, especially when we are talking about Pride and Prejudice.

I liked the descriptions of the trials that took place, having the chance to see how justice was conducted at the time, something that I haven't come across in any other book I have read in such detail.

The mystery itself was nothing special, but it was enjoyable and ccomplex enough to keep my interest, and not have me roll my eyes every five minutes.

The characters of Elizabeth and Darcy are well-written, and it wasn't difficult for me to picture them as if they'd sprung out of Jane Austen's book.

I still would like to see more of Elizabeth's input, and less of the rumblings of her sister and Georgiana's lovesickness, but this is just me.

Overall, it was a very good effort with respect to the original material, and for me, that is what mattered the most. View all 6 comments. Jan 27, Laurie rated it did not like it Shelves: austenesque , mystery.

Oh Lord, as Lydia might say. Where to begin? Perhaps that is something that should never be repeated because this was horrifying.

Here is why: 1. I seriously can't imagine that any but a tiny fraction of the realistic audience for this book isn't familiar enough with the story for this to be unnecessary.

The author makes a few changes to Austen canon which in itself is not a problem if done well and for a reasonable purpose. Two of these changes what "ends up happening" to Mary and Kitty are merely inexplicable, because Mary and Kitty do not figure in the plot at all, so really, why bother?

And the other is basically unforgivable. This order of events is significant in shaping the characters of Darcy, Wickham and Georgiana who then commit the acts which drive the plot.

If the parental death order were reversed, as James has it, their characters may have developed very differently and so would everything else!

Can you really imagine Lady Anne continuing to spoil her husband's pet George Wickham even after his death? James never deals with the implications of this at all.

I mean, really! Yet that is what readers of this will get. However b the device of explaining and analyzing all of that history here, while it could be interesting, c is not and d makes no sense because the person who is purportedly ignorant about so much of the procedure, Darcy, is a magistrate and supposedly a very intelligent, well-read, well-informed person so why would he constantly need everything explained to him?

Just from a general writing perspective: way too much telling, not at all enough showing. The mystery ends up being totally disappointing. Half of it is telegraphed from the beginning and the other half is relatively un-deducible.

BUT NO. The best comic characters Mrs. Bennet, Lady Catherine, Mr. Collins make appearances only by letter. Fortunately it only took me a day and a half to read this so I spent almost as long composing this rant as I did cringing through the book.

I can't say that I recommend this to anyone but it would be nice if someone else I know would read it so I can complain about it cathartically.

Nov 29, Kristen rated it it was ok. Heard about this book on NPR today. Sounds like a great read--Jane Austen and a murder mystery all wrapped up in one!

Ok, now it's several months later and I've had the opportunity to read the book. It was tolerable, I suppose, for a read at the beach.

But I admit it failed to live up to the expectations of an Austen novel or a good murder mystery. I think we ca Heard about this book on NPR today.

I think we can understand their motivations well enough, or at least accept their imperfections, such that we don't require further explanations.

And as for the mystery, I was disappointed at the lack of active mystery solving undertaken by the characters. The truth eventually unfolds, due to the late presentation of evidence from individuals involved, but no one seemed interested in seeking out the truth.

I would have liked to see Darcy dig deep to find his inner Sherlock Holmes and be the one to solve the mystery. When I won an advance copy of this book on Goodreads I was thrilled.

Perhaps I approached the story with expectations too high. I wanted so much to like it, but the more I read the more disappointed I became.

The prose is very well-written and somewhat in the Austen manner, but without the subtle wit. What I found tiresome was the story-telling.

The first word of dialogue is not spoken for many, many pages and much of the dialogue is actually a series of lengthy monologues that sound more like n When I won an advance copy of this book on Goodreads I was thrilled.

The first word of dialogue is not spoken for many, many pages and much of the dialogue is actually a series of lengthy monologues that sound more like narrative.

Passages of action are often repeated almost word for word when one character tells another what happened or testimony is recounted at the inquest and trial.

There seemed to be so little at stake and no one except the police made any effort to sort out the mystery. In the end it only comes to light when the perpetrator confesses.

The last fifty pages are characters explanations of how the murder came about and why they went to such lengths to cover it up.

I struggled through to the end hoping it would get better, but it never did. View all 13 comments. Dec 06, Liz Nutting rated it liked it Shelves: mystery-thriller , kindle.

I'm really torn about this book. One of my favorite mystery writers meets one of my favorite stories; it's gotta be good, right?

And it is good. But it's not great, and I was hoping for great. I shy away from a lot of the Pride and Prejudice follow ons--fan fiction legitimized by a publisher, and sometimes not nearly as good as amateur fan fiction.

But this I was eager to read. And I will say, it held my interest. James does a good job of capturing the spirit and even language of Austen, not per I'm really torn about this book.

James does a good job of capturing the spirit and even language of Austen, not perfectly, but definitely nothing to cringe at.

But there were missteps, in my opinion. First, too much time and ink was spent essentially retelling the story of Pride and Prejudice and not enough time building on it.

There were long passages throughout the book that just recapped the original story. That's why we picked this up to begin with.

Trust your readers a bit. And if they haven't read it, give them an excuse to, instead of just giving them a recap so they don't have to.

Unfortunately, retelling the original was not the only time James strayed from the "show, don't tell" rule.

There was also a lot of exposition done through long monologues by different characters. Indeed, the mystery itself was weak and not very satisfying--which pains me to say because this is P.

James after all. Finally, and perhaps most disappointing of all, there simply wasn't enough interaction between Elizabeth and Darcy.

They seemed to be each pursuing different activities through most of the book. I wanted them to be less intellect and more passion. But here again it was told, not shown.

Maybe I expected too much; maybe it's an impossible task to try to capture characters who are in many was so deeply personal to their fans.

This was James' vision, not mine. Still, I did enjoy the book. So if you're an Austen fan or a P. James fan, don't miss it.

Teatime I completely agree with this review-- lots of 'telling' and not enough interaction between Darcy and Elizabeth! Also a weak mystery that is too easily I completely agree with this review-- lots of 'telling' and not enough interaction between Darcy and Elizabeth!

Also a weak mystery that is too easily solved by a confession in the twelfth hour I love James and Austen and I appreciate James' effort But as was noted in another review, I bought the book, but alas, should have waited for my library copy!

Dec 01, Anmiryam rated it it was ok.

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The cast is amazing and the storyline is engrossing, with a very dark edge to it. Although the portrayal of Lydia is very harsh, it works with the story.

I always thought of Lydia as a harmless, but goodhearted flirt. Matthew Goode is perfect as Wickham! Just as I've always pictured him and perfectly self-centered.

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One person found this helpful. This is a great continuation of the Pride and Prejudice story. Now, I will be able to go straight through to this series to keep the Darcy and Elizabeth story going.

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Download as PDF Printable version. First episode titles. Death Comes to Pemberley novel by P. Daniel Percival. Elizabeth Darcy and her husband of 6 years are in the midst of preparing for a ball.

She finds time to make a charity visit Mrs Bidwell, a tenant who lives in an isolated cottage on the estate with her daughter Louisa a maid at Pemberley with her new-born baby and her son Will who is terminally ill and confined to his room.

Mr Bidwell is away. Pemberley welcomes Elizabeth's parents and Mr. Darcy's cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam. They do not invite two family members: Elizabeth's sister Lydia and her ne'er-do-well husband George Wickham [because of his attempt to seduce and ruin Georgiana, explained in Jane Austen 's novel ' Pride and Prejudice '].

Georgiana is pursued in marriage by her cousin Fitzwilliam, but Lizzie knows she is in love with Alveston. An hysterical Lydia arrives at Pemberley late that same night saying that Wickham had argued with his friend Captain Denny who ordered the coach stopped and ran into the woods with Wickham running after him.

She soon heard two shots leading her to order the coach to Pemberley at full speed. A search party soon finds Denny dead and Wickham bloodied and semi-conscious.

Darcy contacts the local magistrate, Sir Selwyn Hardcastle, who investigates and quickly arrests Wickham for murder.

Wickham is visited in jail by Fitzwilliam, who has his own reason for keeping quiet, although Fitzwilliam has an alibi for the murder as he was publicly seen in the company of the widow of one of his soldiers.

Elizabeth assures the staff that they have nothing to fear—while cancelling the ball—but is intrigued by fragments of a torn letter whose writer sought to meet Darcy in the woods.

She tells Hardcastle that she saw the woman believed to be the ghost in the woods but was certain she was mortal. Later, she comes upon a grave in the woods and is told it belongs to the Darcys' great-grandfather, a reckless gambler who almost lost Pemberley.

Though Georgiana turns down Alveston's marriage proposal, the young lawyer supports Darcy at the inquest, whose jury finds Wickham guilty of murder and sends him to the Assizes to stand trial for murder.

Expecting to be acquitted, Wickham gets Darcy to agree to fund his and Lydia's departure to the New World.

Meanwhile Elizabeth learns that Louisa was seduced by a soldier and bore his child, and at Louisa's request enquires of the man's stated regiment.

She learns that the soldier was Wickham, who used a false name to seduce Louisa. The baby is his. Elizabeth contrives to bring Louisa into court where she recognises Wickham and cries out to him in front of everyone including Hardcastle.

In jail awaiting trial, Wickham admits to Darcy that he is the father of Louisa Bidwell's child.

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