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Susan Elia MacNeal
Susan Elia MacNealNew York, New Yorkwww.susaneliamacneal.comThe Prime Minister's Secret Agent -- Top 10 New York Times bestseller and USA Today bestseller.His Majesty's Hope -- New York Times- and USA Today-bestseller. Nominated for the ITW Thriller Award and Bruce Alexander Memorial History... show more

Susan Elia MacNealNew York, New Yorkwww.susaneliamacneal.comThe Prime Minister's Secret Agent -- Top 10 New York Times bestseller and USA Today bestseller.His Majesty's Hope -- New York Times- and USA Today-bestseller. Nominated for the ITW Thriller Award and Bruce Alexander Memorial History Award, one of Audiofile's Best of 2013, and one of Crimespree's Favorites of 2013.Princess Elizabeth's Spy -- New York Times bestseller, Oprah's "Mystery of the Week." Nominated for the Sue Federer Historical Mystery Award.Mr. Churchill's Secretary -- Winner of the Barry Award. Nominated for the Edgar, Macavity, and Dilys Awards.Susan graduated cum laude from Wellesley College, with departmental honors in English Literature and credits from cross-registered classes at MIT. She attended the Radcliffe Publishing Course at Harvard University.Her first job was as an intern at Random House for then-publisher Harold Evans, before moving her way up the editorial ladder at Viking/Penguin and McGraw-Hill, then becoming an associate editor at Dance Magazine.Her writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Fodor's, Time Out New York, Time Out London, Publishers Weekly, Dance Magazine, and various publications of New York City Ballet. She's also the author of two non-fiction books and a professional editor.Susan is married and lives with her husband, Noel MacNeal, a television performer, writer and director, and their son in Park Slope, Brooklyn.Follow on Twitter -- @susanmacnealFollow on Facebook -- www.facebook.com/susaneliamacneal
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Denise
Denise rated it 7 months ago
Now is the perfect time to escape into a book. I just happened to escape into the latest installment of one of my favorite series. Maggie is back once again and this time diffusing bombs (is there anything she can't do?). Unfortunately for her she might be dragged into the middle of another serial k...
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TeaStitchRead rated it 2 years ago
Maggie Hope fails out of the MI-5 boot camp due to her physical strength (and the lack thereof). However, just because she is not cut out to go overseas undercover, she is still capable and an asset to use on home soil. So she is given an assignment - tutor Princess Elizabeth in advance maths while ...
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TeaStitchRead rated it 2 years ago
I enjoyed reading this book so much that I quickly put the rest of the series on my wishlist at the library. I loved the character of Maggie Hope; yes, she comes across as a little modern for the time period, but she was also raised in America so she stands out anyway from the rest of the British ca...
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TeaStitchRead rated it 2 years ago
This book was a fun ride. I really liked Maggie and the gang and the world building was immersive without needing lots of exposition or details (at least for me, as I have to been London a lot). The era already lends itself to secrecy and double agents. I am planning on reading a lot from this seri...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 2 years ago
Series: Maggie Hope #1 This mystery/suspense novel seemed promising. It's about a young British-born American woman in WWII who takes a job as one of the typists for Winston Churchill. Unfortunately, she had previously been passed over for an actual secretary job which she thought had to do with h...
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