Friday, May 25, 2012

Review Time! #9

The Body at the Tower by Y.S. Lee

A bricklayer falls to his death from the clock tower of the House of Parliament - the most recent horror in a string of scandals that plagues the building site. With the British people eagerly watching the installation of Big Ben, Mary Quinn disguises herself as a twelve-year-old boy labourer to uncover the grim truth. Her fellow workers are suspicious. Mary's secret past distracts her. And then James Easton returns...
(from back of book)

Mary Quinn is back! A year on from her first case for the Agency and a year since she has seen Mr James Easton. In this case Mary is a twelve-year-old boy working as a building assistant where just recently a bricklayer fell to his death. She is in place to find out what happened the night he fell, was he pushed? Did he jump?
(from back of book)

As Mary works on the case at hand little did she know that she would be working with James Easton... Last time they saw each other he was off to India and now he is back, so will their romance re-kindle? But that isn't Mary's problem, her problem is that James can see through her disguise... Will she tell him who she really is or will she kept it from him? Will they continue what obviously is there? Well I'm sorry but I'm not going to tell you! So to read more about James and Mary go out and get the body at the tower!

Rating: 5/5

Keely xx

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