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And welcome to my online Facebook party. Thanks for taking the time to join me this evening! The idea came from research and Jane Austen. While I was researching an earlier novel The Silent Governess I came across information about private tutors. Parents could hire live-in tutors for their young sons, or send them to live with a learned man to be educated in his home.

But soon after they arrive and begin teaching the two younger boys, mysterious things begin to happen. Who does Emma hear playing the pianoforte at night, only to find the music room empty? And who begins sneaking into her bedchamber, leaving behind strange mementos? When suspicious acts escalate, can Emma figure out which brother to blame and which to trust with her heart? Just for fun, here is the actress I had in mind while describing the tutor's daughter, Emma Smallwood. Would you have enjoyed being taught by a tutor--either in a boarding school or your own home? Would it have been an effective way for you to learn?

Why or why not? Imagine if you, like Emma, had grown up with a houseful of young men coming and going. How do you think this might have affected your upbringing and perspective, your relationships with both men and women in later life?