Saturday, July 1, 2017
The Paris Spy - Review
Where is the missing British spy? In this wonderful addition to her Maggie Hope Mystery series Maggie will continue to be the sleuth that can find everything that she sets out to find. There are many different complex and exciting people in this story. There is a cliff hanger at the end and I can't want to see where the next book goes.
It is written during WWII times and Susan has done a great job of researching for this book, as in all of the others I'm sure. This is the first book of this series that I have read by this author so I am looking forward to see where she begins her adventures.
The other books in this series includ Mr. Churchill’s Secretary, Princess Elizabeth’s Spy, His Majesty’s Hope, The Prime Minister’s Secret Agent, and Mrs. Roosevelt’s Confidante, and The Prime Minister’s Secret Agent.
This was provided by NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.
New York Times-bestselling author Susan Elia MacNeal is the author of the Maggie Hope Mystery series from Bantam/Random House. She is the winner of the Barry Award, and her books have been nominated for the Edgar, Macavity, Agatha, Thriller, and Dilys Awards.
Susan graduated cum laude from Wellesley College, with departmental honors in English Literature and credits from cross-registered classes at MIT. She attended the Radcliffe Publishing Course at Harvard University.
Her first job was as an intern at Random House for then-publisher Harold Evans, before moving her way up the editorial ladder at Viking/Penguin and McGraw-Hill, then becoming an associate editor at Dance Magazine.
Her writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Fodor's, Time Out New York, Time Out London, Publishers Weekly, Dance Magazine, and various publications of New York City Ballet. She's also the author of two non-fiction books and a professional editor.