Jul 26, 09
Read in July, 2009
I warmed up to the story of two middle aged parents getting into the spy business again in WWII after evidently being involved in WWI in both average as well as super spy ways. The characters were really amusing to see, and the planting of clues to who M and N are were well placed, however the final piece of the puzzle which would be the final proof, was something in invisible ink hidden somewhere that I don't see any previous reference to have been placed. This one minor/major detail irks me, but I still find the book quite well thought out and entertaining. I had to reread the ending a few times to catch all the pieces that came together, and except for the final piece of evidence mysteriously being found somewhere where I think other evidence was much more easily retrievable, it was a fun book.