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3.65 of 5 stars 3.65  ·  rating details  ·  104 ratings  ·  10 reviews
For the past ten years, Nigel Weatherby-Smythe has gone out of his way to be the perfect butler ... loyal, trustworthy, and discreet. But his adored employer — the internationally famed portrait painter Jacqueline di Fidelio — suddenly finds herself in hot water with the IRS, the FBI, and two dangerous, attractive men. And Nigel discovers his duties expanding in a most une ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published November 27th 2001 by Bantam (first published January 16th 2001)
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Well, I have thoroughly enjoyed reading all of Kellogg's other books so far, but this one was very different, disturbing, and not nearly as good.

I am glad that she doesn't have a series based on this narrator; it often feels like she hasn't completely decided who the character really is, so he's a confusing mix of contradictions. Perhaps she means him to be that way, but it makes for a less enjoyable book than her other main characters.

Her books are without a doubt always worth reading. You cannot put them down. They are smart, witty, humorous and you cannot put them down until you're done.

This one is about a painter who is called 'Madam' throughout the book. (A nickname I guess) It is told from her companion/butler's point of view. She gets crossed up with the IRS and is pulled into the world of art fraud. Working undercover Madam tries to find out who has been stealing masterpieces that have been disappearing. In return they
Cheryl Killingsworth
Got through 12 chapters if this horrid thing. Think perversion and there should have been a warning so I wouldn't have paid good money for this trash! Marne Davis Kellogg you can so do better than this!!!
What a great guilty pleasure! I first became a fan of Marne Davis Kellogg's, Kick Keswick (jewel thief) series because of her wonderfully descriptive writing style. I have then worked my way thru the Lilly Bennett series, which is really light and entertaining, but this book (not part of either series) was so delicious! Think murder mystery set in Dallas/Dynasty/Falcon Crest, the plot twists were exciting and I was totally surprised by the ending. The only downside is I have just one more book t ...more
Weird. Took effort to finish.
Narda Cotton
So-so. Predictable characters and story line.
Loved it! Very detailed, as always from MD Kellogg, and has a nice little twist at the end. Devious, yet likeable characters. A fun read!
Rose Wesselman
Brilliant and unpredictable. I never saw the twists coming.
Diana Hathaway
fun twists at the end
almost a five!!
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