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The Camelot Caper

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    it's okay

    I'm a big fan of Elizabeth Peters and have been reading her books for years. This one is okay. Since it was originally published in the 60s, sometimes it feels outdated. But the plot is not bad and I liked the characters. It's not one of her better books though and is ultimately kind of silly. If you want to read Elizabeth Peters (who also writes under the name Barbara Michaels), I suggest the following books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2005

    One of my fav.

    This is one of my most fav. books ever. I love the relationship between Susan and David, they are soooo funny. It deals a lot with Camelot, so if you aren't interested in it, you probably shouldn't read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2000

    Terrific Book

    This book was funny and fairly well put together. At the beginning I was slightly skeptical of the way the heroine Jess Tregarth reacts to things, but it gets much better once David Randall arrives, along with his sense of humor, one-liners, and British accent. Somebody said that the villian in this (Cousin John Tregarth) is actually Sir John Smythe from the Vicky Bliss series. I don't know. They are somewhat alike. Good book overall.

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