Jane Austen Murdered!

Jane Austen

Portrait of Jane Austen, c.1790. Photograph: Getty Images

This has to be one of the most exciting theories yet on Jane Austen’s death. The Pride and Prejudice author’s death has long been a mystery, but down to new forensic evidence, Lindsay Ashford, a crime novelist, claims that it may have been caused by arsenic poisoning!

 

Read the article here, on The Guardian Website.

 

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