Another great book in the Maggie Hope series - looking forward to the next one - Mrs. Roosevelt's Confidante
The bare outline of the plot of this 4th in the series is a bit over the top. But the reading is just as much fun as the others, with perhaps even more moral and ethical undertone. Maggie helps save the life of Sarah the ballerina, one of her oldest friends. She ends up back where she started, as Churchill's secretary, as he heads to America to meet with Roosevelt after Pearl Harbor. The difference now is that she's going also as his spy. MacNeal has a wonderful way with dialog and can bring alive the war years with the smallest of details.
I love this series. Historical fiction in the 1940's is, for me, the best genre, and I can't wait for the next book in the series, Mrs. Roosevelt's Confidante.
Intrigue, romance, and drama during WWII--this latest installment does not disappoint! Great series!
I have read all her prior works in this series and loved them all. I cannot wait for the next installment!!!
If you like the Bletchley Circle, you'll love this new mystery set during WWII and also involving secret agents and code-breakers.
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