This review is from: India Black (Paperback)India Black is going about her usual Sunday morning routine of a cup of tea whilst counting the takings from the night before in Lotus House, brothel to the rich and famous, unaware that her usual routine is about to be thrown into chaos by the untimely death of a client in her establishment.
Disposing of the body is the least of India's worries when she is summond to the Prime Minister's Office.
What would the Prime Minister want with India? Her help is needed to recover some missing documents that her client had with him.
India teams up with the dashing French and together they make a daring force to be reckoned with all in the name of national security.
This historical mystery, narrated by India, has plenty of action and drama. Wonderful scene setting of Victorian London at night. She will have you laughing out loud and entertained with her quick wit.
India is a woman of mystery too. She is rather well spoken and educated for a Madam.
I am looking forward to finding out more about her and can't wait for her next adventure.
5/5 for me!
I received a copy of this novel, from the Author, for my honest review. This did not influence my review in any way.