I just started reading this author and this is the first in the series. Like Georgette Heyer’s Victorian books you will like this series. Lady Georgiana, 34th in line for the British throne, has no dowry or allowance. Learning on a plan to married of to minor European royalty she heads for London. All her life she has been waited on and before long she needs to wait on herself and find work earned money. Her adventures are amusing and funny especially when she find a body submerge in her brother’s, Blinks bathtub.The Queen requested her to spy on the Duke of Wales. Her Ladyship must find an answer before she looses her life.
I recommend this series. This book was large print book from the Meridian, Idaho library.
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Thanks for all the great mystery suggestions. I am busy teaching a clas for a couple of weeks, and then planning to sit on my porch and read mysteries for the rest of the summer!
Wonderful. I love this tpye of comments
Thanks for sharing your review.
I am really enjoying this light fun series.
Interesting plot. I have a hard time wrapping my head around British royalty, lords and ladies, etc. It is fun to read about, but on a personal level I am not impressed by someone of royal “blood.”