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Princess Elizabeth's Spy by Susan Elia MacNeal
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Sep 18, 2012

it was amazing
Read in September, 2012

The author weaves expertly crafted subplots into a tapestry where everything comes together in a high-tension, suspenseful race against time. Then she surprises both the reader and the protagonist with some amazing news. Before the reader processes the thought, the book moves on to a satisfactory and surprising ending, leaving the reader in awe.
The setting is World War II Britain. Fictional characters intermingle with historical personae to create a fictive work that reads like nonfiction. The spy-tutor is likeable and brilliant. The young Princess Elizabeth has the same qualities.
Readers will enjoy a foray into the world of decryption. For added enjoyment while reading, drink some hot tea.
I received this book free through the goodreads FIRST READS program.
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