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by Susan Elia MacNeal
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Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 5 years ago
I feel this book contained less action than the previous novels but the events of this book seem to be setting up for an big end of the war bang. Things are coming slightly predictable for Miss Hope but still enjoyable nonetheless. I hope we have not seen the last of Elise.
Qui Est In Literis - MR Graham's Ramblings
Really excellent. Review forthcoming.
Denise rated it 6 years ago
Finally Maggie gets to be a spy and she is off on a mission to Germany to help England gain more information on Commandant Hess (her German spy mother). I loved getting to see Maggie as a spy, it was definitely a harder side to her but she still managed to stay mostly true to herself.Getting to actu...
knittinkitties rated it 7 years ago
Wonderful third book in a series for which I anxiously await the fourth book!Review listed here
Reflections rated it 7 years ago
I just got back from a vacation that was wonderful in almost all ways except that I knew an ARC of His Majesty’s Hope would be arriving in the mail at home and I’d have to wait a week to start reading. Set during WWII, this series features Maggie Hope who has gone from being one of Winston Churchill...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 7 years ago
Susan Elia MacNeal's Maggie Hope is rapidly becoming one of my favorite protagonists. "His Majesty's Hope" is the third book to feature her, and I've read them all avidly.In this outing, MI-5 parachutes Maggie into Nazi Germany to help the resistance. She's supposed to drop off materials, place a ...
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