Queen Of Spades

Queen Of Spades

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by G. B. Hope
     
 

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During the summer of 2018 the new, free spirited Princess of Wales comes under threat from a homegrown terrorist group who have taken offence to the simple fact that she is a black woman. Princess India refuses to temper her partying or charity work, causing all manner of problems for her royal protection officers.
Matters come to a head during India's

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During the summer of 2018 the new, free spirited Princess of Wales comes under threat from a homegrown terrorist group who have taken offence to the simple fact that she is a black woman. Princess India refuses to temper her partying or charity work, causing all manner of problems for her royal protection officers.
Matters come to a head during India's celebrity-strewn charity ski event in central London, with a traitor emerging to aid a spectacular attack on live TV.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780956050137
Publisher:
Bronwyn Editions
Publication date:
10/04/2011
Pages:
284
Product dimensions:
5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.64(d)

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Queen of Spades 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A novel revolving around a black Princess of Wales in the near future. That premise alone had me hooked. First of all, I must say I was slightly disappointed that Prince William was, understandably, I see now, kept on the periphery of the story, but I soon began to love Princess India and enjoyed her adventures, her difficult dealings with ex-boyfriends and then her strength in facing up to the terrorist threat from a racist group. It was also fun to follow the lives of the mixed group of royal protection officers, including the jaded sergeant Pugh and the maverick sergeant Walker. I liked all of the police characters, even the one I suspected of being a traitor. Inspector Brennerman, police constables Clarke, Hector and Badawi, all played their, often funny, roles in India's hectic whirl of socialising, sky-diving, skiing and charity ventures.