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BOOK REVIEW: INDIA BLACK (MADAM OF ESPIONAGE#1) BY CAROL K CARR

Saturday, December 12, 2015


THE BLURB

When Sir Archibald Latham of the War Office dies from a heart attack while visiting her brothel, Madam India Black is unexpectedly thrust into a deadly game between Russian and British agents who are seeking the military secrets Latham carried.


Blackmailed into recovering the missing documents by the British spy known as French, India finds herself dodging Russian agents-and the attraction she starts to feel for the handsome conspirator.


WHAT I THOUGHT:

India Black is the name of the central character is this rather charming Victorian murder mystery. She is a madam, in the sense that she runs a brothel, and she is only reluctantly drawn into the investigation of the murder of Sir Archibald Latham, an important official in the War Office, because he dies in the bed of one of her tarts.  The foggy underworld of Victorian London is vividly if a little wildly drawn, and the pace rarely falters. The chief enjoyment of the book is the acerbic and witty voice of India herself – whip-smart, amoral, and always ready to see the humour in a situation. 

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