Georgian/Regency Alternate History
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I've heard that A Civil Campaign by Lois McMaster Bujold is dedicated to Georgette Heyer (and to others). Didn't check to see if you have that one. Privilege of the Sword by Ellen Kushner has a Regency feel to it, I believe. And I bought Duainfey by Sharon Lee last year because it seemed to combine the Regency with fantasy.
I own all of these, but the only one I've yet read is the Naomi Novik book. Which I loved.
Edited to fix Andre Norton touchstone.
I did not personally really like Privilege of the Sword enough to look deeper into the series. I think there is a sequel.
I do have the fourth book in the Temeraire series to be read, and I think the fifth one is due out in mass market soon, too, right? I'm excited for that!
I am also intrigued by The Moon and the Sun. Thanks for the tip, ReneeMarie!
I'm currently reading The Gentleman's Daughter, non-fiction about genteel women during the Georgian era. If anyone likes non-fiction for this time period, it's really good so far. I'd recommend it. Lots of interesting facts in there which I was unaware of previously.
Haven't read _Privilege of the Sword_, but do remember reading something by Kushner that I enjoyed. Can't remember the title. Thought it was _Tam Lin_, but LT doesn't think so. Unless it was _Tam Lin_ and wasn't Kushner. :-)
Fifth book by Novik will probably come out in paperback some time between May and July. Didn't check, but hardcover to paperback is usually 9 months to a year, and July is when Victory of Eagles came out in hardcover last year.
I own the Vickery book, too, thanks to tips from some of the same people who recommended Bujold.