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I think quite awhile ago, I read a non-fiction book that kind of explained all those things that happen in Regency novels. Things like--what was Almack's really like, why did people go to Bath, what was being presented at court like, etc etc. It was kind of like a reader's guide to the Regency period.
Now that I'm back into reading Regencies (still my favorite historical time period), I'd love to read that non-fiction book again. Does anyone have any idea of what book this is?