India Black and the Shadows of Anarchy
Publish date: February 5th 2013
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, 19th Century
, Spy Thriller
, Historical Mystery
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Madam of Espionage Mysteries (#3)
India finally gets a chance to show how she can deal on her own on a mission. She needs to get into a group of anarchist who has been playing with gunpowder. India must get one of the bints, who has connections with the anarchist, working in a lesser class brothel to start working for her. The Madam...
I thought that there was a very noticeable improvement in the writing of this India Black book. The author repeated herself very frequently in the first two books. It was almost like she felt like the stories needed to be longer, so she just filled space with information she already told us, or us...
3.5I enjoy this series but you do need to suspend disbelief somewhat.Buy this title at Powells Books
WHAT.How can you do this to me, Carol K. Carr? I just.. I can't even.... How... Why...UGH!I need book four now. This minute. I just can't take it anymore!But, I did learn French's name. Finally. That was the biggest mystery from all three novels.Review to come once I've sorted through all my feels.
A fun read. An interesting plot that was sort of funny at the end. Great acerbic wit from India. Each of the characters in Ms. Black's world are excellently drawn and real enough that one can picture them as they interact with one another. Indeed, as much as I like the character of Vincent, I really...
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