Friday, April 22, 2011

India Black, by Carol K. Carr

A guilty pleasure.  Set in Victorian Enland, India Black, Abbess of Lotus House (a brothel); French, an English spy; and Vincent, a street urchin, dash around trying to recover some secret government documents that were stolen when a bureaucrat dies in the arms of a Lotus House working girl.  It's funny and swift moving.

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