The Prime Minister's Secret Agent (Maggie Hope)
Publish date: June 3rd 2014
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Maggie Hope Mystery (#4)
Full of twists and turns. An exciting entry in the Maggie Hope series. I cannot wait for the next book to come out.
Once she'd been so sure of black and white, of right and wrong. She wasn't anymore. But she was certain of one thing—while there was no such thing as a good war, this particular one was a necessary war. I have to start this off with a warning because this review might just turn into me rambling abo...
In this fourth entry in the Maggie Hope mystery series, we find cryptoanalyst Maggie at Arisaig House, in Scotland, working as a trainer for her fellow agents. She is suffering from what we now recognize as PTSD as a result of her time in Berlin (ref. "His Majesty's Hope," the previous novel). Her...
Whenever I get a new Maggie Hope book everything else in my life drops by the wayside while I turn my back on the world to read. The series is moving slowly through the WWII years, this is the fourth book and it’s just getting to Pearl Harbor, but that is no criticism because the details of the chan...
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