I promise, the story never got boring once and every page egged me on to the next.
With Mandeville Hall being a perfect dangerous gothic setting, fans will relish Liberty's first account of spying for her country and for her late father.
Although the characters seemed to be a little too modern at times, I enjoyed this book and the sort-of gothic Mandeville Hall.
Good story. Not particularly thought provoking. Entertaining. There could have been more character development. Sense of place well developed. Characters were believable.Published 17 months ago by Judith G. Dillingham
A Foreign Affair Death at Dawn, UK title.
I have a weakness for mysteries set in the Victorian era. Read more
I reluctantly chose this book from a shelf of several paperbacks in a beach house I am renting in La Cruz, Mexico. Read morePublished on February 10, 2012 by CherylY
I enjoy reading about the Victorian Era. This story had a lot of mystery and intrigue, a real page-turner, always trying to guess the name of the murderer and surprised at the... Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by Beverly Debenedictis
A Foreign Affair is the first in a series about the adventures of the resourceful Liberty Lane. It's 1837, and Queen Victoria has just ascended the throne of England. Read morePublished on December 21, 2008 by Ellis Bell
I picked up this book on a whim, browsing through my local used book store. As usual, I was seduced by the nice book cover, but after reading only 2 pages into the book, I was... Read morePublished on July 24, 2008 by Amazon Customer