Elizabeth Aston

| birth_place = Santiago, Chile | death_date = | death_place = Oxford, England | occupation = Author | nationality = | education = | alma_mater = St Hilda's College, Oxford | genre = Historical fiction, contemporary fiction, mystery | notableworks = Mr. Darcy's Daughters
A Man of Some Repute
A Question of Inheritance | spouse = Paul Aston | children = Eloise Aston
Anselm Audley | awards = | website = }} Elizabeth Edmondson (21 February 1948 – 11 January 2016), also known under the names Elizabeth Aston and Elizabeth Pewsey, was an English author who wrote primarily in the mystery, historical, and contemporary fiction genres. She studied Jane Austen while a student at St Hilda's College, Oxford, and many of her published stories were adaptations and sequels of Austen's works, beginning with ''Mr. Darcy's Daughters'' in 2003. Edmondson also founded a youth holiday orchestra to provide musical opportunities for local young people in the York area, an organisation that has operated since 1992. Her son, Anselm Audley, is a fantasy author. Provided by Wikipedia
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