James Cunnington has a pressing mission at had: He must find the daughter of a missing code breaker for the Liar's Club, a man suspected of turning traitor for Napoleon. Time is of the utmost concern. While it is evident that his ward's new tutor has something to hide, James in unaware that the... show more
James Cunnington has a pressing mission at had: He must find the daughter of a missing code breaker for the Liar's Club, a man suspected of turning traitor for Napoleon. Time is of the utmost concern. While it is evident that his ward's new tutor has something to hide, James in unaware that the woman he seeks now resides under his very roof...Desperate and near destitute, Philippa Atwater must don gentleman's clothing to pass herself off as a scholarly young tutor. Her clever--if itchy--disguise allows her time to pursue her quest to find her father, ruthlessly abducted by French spies. Closely guarding the cryptic notebook he entrusted to her care, she sense danger all around her--even in the home of her roguishly handsome new employer, James Cunnington. Now Philippa is about to discover that the desire can be as lethal as a well-aimed bullet...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 16th 2004
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
Series: Liar's Club (#3)
OK I think I have had enough of the Liar's Club.This is the 2nd book from the series I read and I think The Spy is an improvement from the first one in the series [The Pretender]. I like Philippa better than the meddlesom Agatha. I cannot say that I like Celeste Bradley's style. The relationship fee...
I think I'm going to get sick of these books at some point. No one is who they claim to be in any of these! Everyone's a liar. I guess that's the point, but it would be nice to have at least one of the women be honest. The only one who came close was Clara in The Impostor, but the only thing she...
I enjoyed the story and the characters in this gender-bender tale of intrigue. However, there are a few glaring details that you need to be able to overlook in order to enjoy the story. One, that our hero, the main character who is supposed to be a seasoned spy, doesn't notice that Flip is a a woma...
Hmmm... ok, I didn't like this one quite as well as the others. I got that James had issues due to what happened before the beginning of book 1 in the series. I just found it a bit... Well, it's like this; he didn't recognize that the h was a female and encouragingly told "him" that he could kee...
Loved how Rose came into her own and gave Collis a run for his money.