Well, *I* would pay to see it.

While looking up Jane Austen stuff surrounding the New York exhibition, I noticed that Lady Susan is being adapted by playwright Lucy Prebble (best known as the creator of the Secret Diary of a Call Girl TV show) for the BBC. Further hunting indicated that this project appears to be on hold, but it still begs the question: if they're willing to make a movie out of anything Jane Austen put her hands on, ever, why won't anyone film an adaptation of a Georgette Heyer book?

I leave you to ponder this over the holiday weekend, dear readers. Have fun!
Posted by: Julianka


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