I'd still prefer a movie.

I'm still waiting (...and waiting) for a film adaptation of one of Georgette Heyer's novels, but at least there are signs that her literary legacy is still being celebrated: according to the Guardian, Heyer was recently honored with an English Heritage blue plaque at her birthplace in southwest London. The unveiling ceremony was attended by actor and writer Stephen Fry (clearly a fellow Heyer superfan), who described Ms. Heyer as "a fabulous, witty writer who captured the life and language of Regency England superbly."
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