Susan Elia MacNeal introduced the remarkable Maggie Hope in her acclaimed debut, Mr. Churchill's Secretary. Now Maggie returns to protect Britain's beloved royals against an international plot - one that could change the course of history.
As World War II sweeps the continent and England steels itself against German attack, Maggie Hope, former secretary to Prime Minister Winston Churchill, completes her training to become a spy for MI-5. Spirited, strong-willed, and possessing one of the sharpest minds in government for mathematics and code-breaking, she fully expects to be sent abroad to gather intelligence for the British front. Instead, to her great disappointment, she is dispatched to go undercover at Windsor Castle, where she will tutor the young Princess Elizabeth in math. Yet castle life quickly proves more dangerous - and deadly - than Maggie ever expected.
The upstairs-downstairs world at Windsor is thrown into disarray by a shocking murder, which draws Maggie into a vast conspiracy that places the entire royal family in peril. And as she races to save England from a most disturbing fate, Maggie realizes that a quick wit is her best defense, and that the smallest clues can unravel the biggest secrets, even within her own family.
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Great Story - sounds a bit like an M & S Ad.
Love the story, Maggie off to save the day again at Windsor Castle. Narrator's voice has had me puzzled for days till I worked out that she sounds like the food porn narrator for the M & S adverts.
Maggie is a feisty heroine and there's a proper thriller aspect
Sounded like a Galaxy Chocolate / M & S advert
The story is good, the heroine only slightly annoying but the cadence of the narrator was like being dragged upstairs by the feet. With every sentence rising at the last word.. can't express just how annoying I found this.
Story was o.k. A return to the narrator from the first book would have made this so much better.
Sooo much, I could not listen to the books end. Still don't know how things finished for Maggie. I did try to KBO but the urge to smack the narrator distracted me so much from the story that I began to really dislike Maggie. and care less and less what happen to her.
I see that the same narrator has voiced the next two books, I wont be buying them.