London Gambit (Rannoch/Fraser Publication Order #9)

London Gambit (Rannoch/Fraser Publication Order #9)

On a moonlit London night, Suzanne Rannoch slips away from a glittering Mayfair party to assist a wounded man who has escaped Paris one step ahead of Royalist pursuit. In fever-wracked delirium, the man warns Suzanne of a plot to rescue Napoleon Bonaparte?a plot that could bring chaos to Suzanne's world, for though now married to the grandson of a British duke, she was onc On a moonlit London night, Suzanne Rannoch slips away from a glittering Mayfair party to assist a wounded man who has e...

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Title:London Gambit (Rannoch/Fraser Publication Order #9)
Author:Tracy Grant
Rating:
Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B01BH8Y41O
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:391 pages pages

London Gambit (Rannoch/Fraser Publication Order #9) Reviews

  • Margaret
    May 05, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Cathie
    Aug 06, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

  • Julia
    Apr 11, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Mystica
    Apr 30, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

  • Tonya
    Dec 08, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Linda
    Oct 31, 2017

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Mskychick
    May 10, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

  • Rebecca
    May 08, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

  • Argum
    Jul 15, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

  • Jaclyn
    Feb 17, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

  • Laura
    May 24, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Simon
    May 11, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Melanie Wagner Zickgraf
    Jul 17, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

  • Kathleen Freeman
    Mar 11, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

  • RUTH ANN
    Oct 04, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Lirazel
    Apr 06, 2018

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

  • Jim Swike
    Apr 26, 2018

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

  • Paul Burnette
    Mar 13, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

  • Debbie Hartzman
    May 18, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • nikkia neil
    Apr 20, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

  • cindy skeber
    May 28, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Jane Shibilski
    May 08, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

  • Betty Strohecker
    May 06, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

  • Betty Strohecker
    May 30, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

  • Naz
    Feb 23, 2017

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Barbara Literski
    Jul 21, 2018

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

  • Daniella Bernett
    Jun 28, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

  • Mark J. Sauer
    Jun 19, 2016

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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  • Jack Vasen
    May 22, 2018

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

  • Jbp22
    May 17, 2018

    Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures. London Gambit is Tracy Grant?s latest Suzanne and Malcolm Rannoch historical adventure. In this outing, Suzanne and Malcolm are investigating a number of things. First, Malcolm is called to the scene of the murder, only to discover tha...

    Before its publication, Tracy warned her fans that there would be a real game changer in the latest installment of her Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch historical mystery series. That was indeed an understatement! London Gambit opens with the discovery of a body by nine-year-old Teddy C...

    Pure and simple - this book is just plain too long. In the middle there is way too much emotional talking in circles, wallowing, and self-accusation. The mystery was too complicated for me, but part of that may be because of memories of the Fraser books which almost follow the same his...

    4.0 stars ...

    No One Wins Malcolm and Suzanne are on another case but the outcome is far different than anyone was able to see the outcome or the people that it would affect. ...

    Started off well, dragged the rest of the way. Expected more, maybe you will feel differently. Enjoy! ...

    I did not know this was part of a series but this was very good as a stand alone as well. Set in the period of Napoleon and his arrest and covering the entire gamut of French English relations which was not cordial at the best of times, we are dealing with a bunch of present and ex ...

    Phoenix plot. Murder. Counterplot. End game? What calamities has Grant not imagined for us yet? It?s what we?ve seen coming for several installments, ever since Waterloo. Suzanne has watched the threat rising. O?Roarke has contemplated the outcomes. Malcolm has provided a solutio...

    Always enjoy this series. It is three years after Waterloo. It is six months since Malcolm learned Suzette's secret. Things are getting back to normal. A dead body is found in a warehouse owned by Carfax's dead son in law next to an empty previously hidden drawer. No one knows what is ...

    I loved the way the plot finally unraveled, finally being the operative word here. It took way too long for the plot to gel. The "who said what" portions of the book became tedious and until the final third of the book I was completely bored, not caring who said what. This book could h...

    Tracy Grant excelled herself with LONDON GAMBIT. It is full of twists that makes the reader catch his or her breath. The book is marked by her trademark elegant writing style. Her words propel the story forward and touch the reader's emotions. The reader cares about all the characters,...

    Disappointing. I've enjoyed this series but I fear the plots are getting rather redundant and the characters now do little more than obsess incessantly over the state of their relationships. In addition there seems to be more spies running around than regular citizens which stretches b...

    I am huge fan of this series and enjoy seeing the characters created for this series in each story, this outing was no exception. In this story the scene with Malcolm and Rauol was touching and I am glad it was part of the story. Watching each of the couples interact with each other an...

    Oh, a fantastic read and very involving with a couple of investigations into mysteries. I sincerely hope this is not the end of the series!! I really am enjoying this series. Hopefully there will be more investigations to come in Italy and all their best friends will come for a visit. ...

    Already reviewed! ...

    Oh, I'm utterly gobsmacked by thus book. It gave me ALL THE FEELS! How am I going I got to wait until the next book to see what happens?!!! ...

    This novel was a bit shorter than the other books in the series, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I have always loved this series and look forward to the new ones each year. ...

    Thanks NYLA and netgalley for this ARC. This series is ramping up again with lots of action and change coming! Love this web Tracy Grant weaves. ...

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