India Black and the Rajah’s Ruby by Carol K. Carr
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars
Series: Madam of Espionage Mysteries
Release Date: December 31, 2012
Category: Crime, Mystery, Romance
Author Website: http://www.carolkcarr.com
Hands down, Carol K. Carr is one of my favorite authors. I love India Black because she is fun. I appreciate her because she is smart enough to know when she needs help. And I want to be like her because she is independent enough to do her own thing; even when it goes against convention. These books are written as India’s memoirs. Hindsight is everything and India has a great power of observation as she looks back on her adventures.
About this book:
This novella-length prequel is available only in Kindle Edition and will introduce to you the fast-thinking heroine of the India Black series. This story takes place before India becomes the Madame of the Lotus and still is a working girl at another establishment. She manages to talk her way into a few days off to help out Philip Barrett, a suitor who needs a beautiful woman on his arm during a critical business meeting. Of course, things don’t go as planned.
Learn about other books in this series:
- Book #1: India Black
- Book #2: India Black and the Widow of Windsor
- Book #3: India Black and the Shadows of Anarchy
- Book #3.5: India Black in the City of Light
- Book #4: India Black and the Gentleman Thief (Published Feb 2014)