Jane Austen, the much-loved author of Emma and Pride and Prejudice, was just forty-two when she died after a mysterious illness. But what killed her? And what was the link between her death and the life of John F. Kennedy?
George Biro was born in Budapest in 1938, but the family migrated to Australia in 1947. He is a retired GP and anaesthetist and now works as a freelance medical journalist. This is his second book. Jim Leavesley was born in Blackpool and migrated to Australia in 1954. Having worked as a GP for 33 years he retired and now writes about medical history. This is his sixth book.