THIRD IN THE ROYAL SPYNESS SERIES
The third book in the Royal Spyness series combines mystery, romance, and humor in totally winning fashion. The conclusion is over-the-top absurd, but as these books' grasp on reality has always been tenuous at best, this didn't annoy me in the slightest. Look, a funny, charming mystery series set in 1930s England about an impoverished aristocrat, featuring a nice romantic subplot and lots of eccentric supporting characters is essentially my ideal book; this one gets bonus points for, in my opinion, having a stronger mystery at its center than the preceding installment. Tremendous fun.
This is the 3rd book in the Royal Spyness series and it is my least favorite. The first two books were funny and engaging but with this story the author seemed to be struggling to tie all of the loose ends together. Near the end of the book there is a flying scene that, in my opinion, was way over the top!
I hope book 4 is better.
great book. funny to think mrs. simpson (or the dreaded mrs simpson as she is called in this book) is so brazen. haven't figured out yet who's trying to bump off the royals yet.
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