Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Moonlight Masquerade Review
Take a French emigre who is the widow of British nobility and add in a British foreign office employee who is posing as her butler and you have a recipe for a book filled with tension. Add in a dash of spying, a pinch of counter-espionage, and a dollop of intrigue stirred with a generous helping of interest in each other and it created a recipe for a book that drew me happily to its pages.
Sometimes it is hard to tell if you are the cat or the mouse.