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3,0 sur 5 étoilesNew Maggie Hope starts slow, gets better.
Commenté au Canada le 24 septembre 2018
Good light read for those who like historical mysteries. Author might consider more research on fly fishing if she’s going to write about. Plot adds interest to the Maggie saga.
I havecreadcthis series,from the beginning. I accepted the errors, nearly laughed myself silly in Princess Elizabeth's Spy, but always enjoyed the story. Not this one. Too many errors and seemed to not know where it was going.
1,0 sur 5 étoilesThis Author's progressive political beliefs are constantly on parade, beware.
Commenté aux États-Unis le 15 février 2019
I cannot read this series anymore. The author cannot seem to actually capture the era in which she CHOSE to write. She, makes constant, and increasingly overt, progressive condemnations of the culture at that time, when it does not help the storyline., even when it hurts the storyline. Why she would choose to write in a timeframe she can't understand is perplexing. I enjoy reading to learn more about the times before. While I don't expect those days to be presented in fluffy perfection, I do expect the writer to at least refrain from constantly interjecting personal political, contemporary points of view. I read historical "mysteries" to escape, not to be lectured. So, if you are not solidly in the Progressive Political camp, this may not be your cup of tea.