The second in the series is a solid Victorian mystery. Disraeli has been informed that his presence at Balmoral is also required; he seeks the help of the British undercover operative and the prostitute, India. The made my top ten of 2010 and the was a welcome return to a character I adored. A fun ride with India's cynical repartee and the dashing Major French. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it.
But--knowing that the only way I was going to get my hands. I have said this before, I love her narrative. That was my only disappointment, along with the fact that the ending of book three wasn't addressed at all. Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title eg. India Black, the proprietress of Lotus House, is one of London's most sought-after madams.
I'm not usually one to rate a 30-page novella more than three stars, but when it's India Black, with her trademark hilarious wit and sarcasm, how could I not? She was once a former prostitute, but now she is the boss of her own brothel. The mutual attraction between India and French gradually grows, and it is expected that something will finally come out from these two characters. Sadly, Vincent did not make an appearance, and he is sure to burst a blood vessel over being left behind when the unlikely partnership returns to London! I love a heroine who defies expectations, and India promises to do that in spades with a great deal of humor, style, and verve. India and the handsome British spy, French, are ordered to escort a Russian agent to Paris where he will be exchanged for one of Her Majesty's operatives. India Black and the Rajah's Ruby is a short ebook special that explains just how India graduated from bint to madame of her own establishment. Description When it comes to undercover work, nobody does it better than Madam of Espionage India Black. About 40 pages long, it details the incident that launched India into her madam-ship, so to speak, and as with the previous India books, has the cheeky humor, droll sexiness, and the braze It is no secret I adore Carol K.
It is short an This is another tale from the infamous India Black, Madam and spy for the Victorian Government. A fun read for fans. When it comes to undercover work, nobody does it better than Madam of Espionage India Black. It is only available in eformat though. And now for a short interlude with my favorite Madame of Espionage, India Black. I was hoping, along with India, for a little personal alone time with French, but that never panned out. India Black and the Shadows of Anarchy In the third title in Madam of Espionage mysteries, India Black is once again called to work by the prime minister to secretly infiltrate an anarchist group.
French and India have to work double time to find out the person behind the attack before the football match that is to be held, and there will be so many people such that it would be almost impossible to keep an eye on everyone. An e-novella, which also includes a preview of the Madam of Espionage Mystery, India Black and The Gentleman Thief. India Black narrates with her usual aplomb the story of how she got her start as the madam of Lotus House. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. I don't like short things quantity has some relation to quality in general, so it's not surprising I didn't enjoy this very much, but I found it quite tedious. India and the handsome British spy, French, are ordered to escort a Russian agent to Paris where he will be exchanged for one of Her Majesty's operatives.
Carol Carr gives India fantastic opportunities to cause trouble, and, more importantly, gives her some of the best, funniest lines ever! India and the handsome British spy, French, are ordered to escort a Russian agent to Paris where he will be exchanged for one of Her Majesty's operatives. The author was kind enough to help me out and provide me with a copy. She seemed a little smitten with Philip. This was a short story, but it had all the aspects of the longer books that I love, just in a smaller dose. If you find documents that should not be here please report them. India is an amazing female character, and I love her to pieces. It really helped placed pieces that I didn't even realize were missing until I read this.
The book is narrated in the first person perspective; this is great because, through this narration, one gets to know more about the main character, India. India and the handsome British spy, French, are ordered to escort a Russian agent to Paris where he will be exchanged for one of Her Majesty's operatives. All of these stories are excellent. You will not be disappointed. This is a just a short story that is a prequel to the regular series, but it sets up how India was able to go into business for herself and shows her more than a match for any man when it comes to deviousness.
A prequel to the India Black series, this is a fast read that has India telling how she acquired the funds to open her own brothel, Lotus House, and highlights just how sharp and worldly this beautiful character can be. Crazy, but let's my imagination go wild. India Black, the proprietress of Lotus House, is one of London's most sought-after madams. And when three thugs bust down her door, steal the envelope, and rough up both her and fellow agent French. The plot is superfine, and most of the parts feature the chase to retrieve the secret government documents. If this series is new to you this is the perfect time to read it.
A novella that serves as a prequel to the India Black series, India Black and the Rajah's Ruby, is a fun, quick read explaining the origins of India Black's starting capital and how she was able to buy and start up Lotus House. India's profession makes for a wonderfully unique heroine and her world an intriguing, unusual setting for a Victorian mystery series. Works can belong to more than one series. When it comes to undercover work, nobody does it better than Madam of Espionage India Black. She's a madam and a former whore, and she isn't the slightest bit bothered by that. The American owns an enormous ruby which he is convinced to show to the group. Includes a preview of India Black and the Shadows of Anarchy, which is due out Feb 2013.