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Royal Flush by Rhys Bowen
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Apr 04, 2010

really liked it
Read in April, 2010

The third adventure of the delightful Lady Georgiania, 34th in line for the throne in 1932 England. In an attempt to earn a living, the naive Georgie places an ad in The Times to be a dinner companion for out of town visitors. This gets her sent home to Scotland in an effort to keep her out of harm's way and to avoid a scandal.

In the drafty Scottish castle, she's confronted with terrible house guests including the vile Wallis Simpson. And someone is attacking those in line for the throne. Even her dear nephew is in danger.

Entertaining and fun, this mystery has great characters and draws on some of the history of the day. Georgie's wit is both naive and insightful as she strives to be more than her station requires. Looking forward to more!

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