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Like England in 1943, Maggie Hope—the protagonist of Susan Elia MacNeal’s The King’s Justice, the ninth in her series—while keeping that famous stiff upper lift, isn’t doing quite so well on the inside. Having left the world of espionage, Maggie is simultaneously doing her best to get the serial killer she helped convict give up the location of the bodies of his other victims, diffuse unexploded bombs dropped by the Germans, locate missing consciousness objectors, some of whom were helping her with the bombs, and find a missing Stradivarius violin. That is, if she doesn’t kill herself first by driving through the streets of London at great speed and abandon on her motorcycle

 

 

 

Photo of Susan Elia MacNeal ©Noel MacNeal

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