It is hard to believe this is the 11th installment of the Bess Crawford series, it seems like yesterday that I was reading about the ship Bess was returning to England had been hit and was sinking. The series continues to be outstanding and this one is no different. The war is over and Bess accepts an personal assignment from the Matron of the London office of Queen Alexandra to return to Paris and check on her son and report back to the Matron. At Bess arrival in Paris Bess found the affairs of the Matron’s son are different than what’s his Mother believes. The twists and turns the story takes will hold your attention as Bess becomes involve in the young man’s life. Bess is starting to wonder about her future and where is Simon and her home in England. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
Disclosure: Thanks to Harper/Colons Publishers for a copy through Edelweiss. The opinions expressed are my own.