The Duke's Gambit

The Duke's Gambit

December 1818 The Rannoch Fraser Mysteries Former spies Malcolm and Melanie Suzanne Rannoch return to Dunmykel Castle in Scotland in response to a secret summons from Malcolm's grandfather, the Duke of Strathdon. The duke has a plan that will allow the Rannochs to resume their former life in Britain. Malcolm, worried that Melanie could face treason charges for her past as a December 1818 The Rannoch Fraser Mysteries Former spies Malcolm and Melanie Suzanne Rannoch return to Dunmykel...

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Title:The Duke's Gambit
Author:Tracy Grant
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B07BFMMJ4D
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:486 pages pages

The Duke's Gambit Reviews

  • Cathie
    Jul 20, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

  • Therese
    Jun 22, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Tonya
    Sep 17, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Rebecca
    Jul 14, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Suzi
    Nov 18, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Jaclyn
    May 23, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Jaima
    Jul 03, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

  • Sarah Duggan
    Jul 02, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Stacey
    May 22, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Míriam Dueñas Conde
    May 16, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Diane
    May 21, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

  • Margaret Stutts
    May 27, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Jane Shibilski
    Jun 03, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

  • Dave Sloan
    Apr 06, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Betty Strohecker
    Jun 06, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

  • Barbara Literski
    Sep 11, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

  • lynn clough
    May 27, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Jordan Baker
    May 30, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Lynne
    Jun 27, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

  • Kiki Belle
    Oct 13, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

  • Loris A Gies
    Aug 20, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • A.
    Aug 06, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Penny
    Dec 04, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Kathy Randol
    Jun 27, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Boki
    Sep 23, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Melissa Ellis Martin
    Jul 01, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • SUSAN TAYLOR
    Jul 26, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Petra
    May 26, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • David G. Hulan
    Nov 14, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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  • Jbp22
    May 23, 2018

    This was a very long (I thank the author), very complicated and intriguing plot. I have never been as drawn to a series as I am to this series of regency novels. In my opinion, this is the author?s most ambitious and lengthy plot yet. A very large, intertwined cast of characters are ...

    Great read as usual - Tracy Grant has a real gift for presenting you the twists and turns of a spy novel and mystery and then keeping you going until there is a resolution. The Rannoch's are again involved in what seems like a simple murder investigation. But as always there is much mo...

    Another great chapter in the historical series. Threads/story lines from previous books resolved and new ones presented. I love the characters and all the inter-relationships. Including children makes the risks riskier, but also makes the characters more human and realistic. ...

    Be prepared for excitement, suspense, and danger in this latest offering of the Rannoch mystery/spy series. The sudden disappearance of Malcolm's sister, Gisele, from the holiday celebrations at Dunmykel sends Malcolm and company rushing back to London. There, they are informed of a su...

    1 1/2 stars. Which is the best way to describe this novel: a long slog that felt like it went nowhere; a melodrama that would put the CW to shame (and might be able to pass as a soap opera); or a repetition of the past few novels? So, Gisele, Malcolm's sister, runs off with Tommy...

    This is a great series, and the current instalment does not disappoint. With new revelations, challenges and dilemmas for these favorite and oft-tried characters, I blitzed through the book, biting my nails until the end, which was surprising and satisfying, as endings in this series a...

    Great I enjoy reading about the lives of Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch and their friends! The bonds they develop with their friends and relatives. I can?t wait for the next book in this series to be published! ...

    I actually enjoyed this better than the previous e-book that lead into The Duke's Gambit. ...

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