High Treason at the Grand Hotel (Fiona Figg Mystery #2)

High Treason at the Grand Hotel (Fiona Figg Mystery #2)

by Kelly Oliver


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Paris. 1917. Never underestimate the power of a good hat... or a sharp hatpin.

Sent by the War Office to follow the notorious Black Panther, file clerk turned secret agent Fiona Figg is under strict orders not to get too close and not to wear any of her usual "get-ups."

But what self-respecting British spy can resist a good disguise?

Within hours of her arrival in Paris, Fiona is up to her fake eyebrows in missing maids, jewel thieves, double agents, and high treason.

When Fiona is found dressed as a bellboy holding a bloody paperknife over the body of a dead countess, it's not just her career that's on the block.

Her next date might be with Madame Guillotine.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947915909
Publisher: Level Best Books
Publication date: 01/05/2021
Series: Fiona Figg Series , #2
Pages: 276
Sales rank: 149,866
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Kelly Oliver is the award-winning and Amazon Bestselling author of The Jessica James Mystery Series, including WOLF, COYOTE, FOX, JACKAL and VIPER. WOLF won the Independent Publisher's Gold Medal for best Thriller/Mystery, was a finalist for the Foreward Magazine award for best mystery, and was voted number one in Women's Mysteries on Goodreads. COYOTE won a Silver Falchion Award for Best Suspense. FOX was a finalist for both the Claymore and the Silver Falchion Awards. JACKAL won the 2020 E-Lit Award for Best Mystery-Thriller, and was a finalist for the Mystery and Mayhem Award and for the Silver Falchion Award.

Kelly is the author of the middle grade mystery trilogy, The Pet Detective Mysteries. Kassy O'Roarke, Cub Reporter, the first in the series, won a Reader's Choice Award for Children's Mysteries.

When she's not writing novels, Kelly is a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University, and the author of fifteen nonfiction books, and over 100 articles, on issues such as the refugee crisis, campus rape, women and the media, animals and the environment. Her latest nonfiction book, Hunting Girls: Sexual Violence from The Hunger Games to Campus Rape won a Choice Magazine Award for Outstanding title. She has published in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Review of Books, and has been featured on ABC news, CSPAN books, the Canadian Broadcasting Network, and various radio programs.

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