A Royal Pain
Publish date: August 3rd 2010
Publisher: Audible, Inc.
Edition language: English
Series: Her Royal Spyness Mysteries (#2)
Rushed to a sudden end. I was suspicious as things were happening but I didn't feel satisfied by it and the explanations of what had happened
Cute. Entertaining. Light. Brain candy. Quick. Overall exactly what I wanted. Nothing earth-shattering, but well-written entertainment, which has just as much a place in the book world as mind bending literature.
I was just as surprised by Hanni as Georgie was at the end of the book. I was too busy seeing things through the eyes of Georgie to catch on to any clues that lead to the revelations at the end of the book. As much as I like Georgie and the fact that she is smart enough to figure her way out of any...
disapointing after first book.
Much improved over the first installment in the Royal Spyness series. The mystery's more interesting, with international communist intrigue against the British royal family playing a central role. Bowen assumes readers know a little bit about historical characters like Oswald Moseley, founder of the...
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