Fatherless Fanny continues, as Fanny returns to the Ellincourts’ country estate in the Rosses’ company. Boy, sounds like a reallllllll fun vacation.
“The Curious Case of Kenelm Digby” concludes, as the literary agent turned detective has something cooking.
Kenelm Digby is a fictional writer. The real Sir Kenelm Digby, however, was a dashing English nobleman who was brilliant but volatile in his goals and passions. (Yeah, I know that sounds like a romance novel. Apparently Marie de Medici thought so, too.) On the more useful and sensible side, he also wrote a famous cookbook and herbal, The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby, Knight, Opened.