The Tale of Mally Biddle

The Tale of Mally Biddle

by M. L. LeGette

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The Tale of Mally Biddle by M. L. LeGette

When Mally Biddle agreed to spy upon the King of Lenzar and his overbearing knights she knew she was heading into danger. She didn't know she'd find a family unlike any other.

Posing as a servant in Bosc Castle, Mally serves tea and restocks the fires for the most dangerous men in the kingdom. Her goal is to learn the truth of what happened sixteen years ago, when the infant princess met her death ... a death that has more questions than answers.

Along her search for the truth, Mally meets the energized Lita Stump, the strict and matriarchal Meriyal Boyd, and the opinionated Archibald Diggleby. Then of course there are the knights: Sir Leon Gibbs who is slicker than a greased hog, Adrian Bayard, hot tempered and violent, and the worst of the lot: Sir Illius Molick, Captain of the Knights.

And then there is Maud, a mysterious woman who just might know everything...

This is a republication of FOR THE KINGDOM by M.L. LeGette.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781481003209
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/21/2012
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.79(d)

About the Author

Melissa LeGette lives in Washington, Georgia with her family where she digs in the dirt, plays with sheep, and drinks lots of tea.

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The Tale of Mally Biddle 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
bkwrm29 More than 1 year ago
5 Stars I loved this book! I thought that the plot, while not totally unique, was amazing and well written. This book was put together in such a way that will keep readers interested for hours at a time. Everything about this book was super great and I enjoyed every second of it. It had a great flow and I loved how each scene melded into the next with perfection. Every character added something to the book to make it great and I loved each and every one of them. The mysteries in this book were also great. I liked how some things were easy to guess and others I was surprised by. Mally was a wonderful character that I enjoyed getting to know. She never got on my bad side because of her genuine nature. I loved how she was characterized throughout the book, as each page was turned she became more and more real.  I loved her ideals and how she didn’t let anyone take the fall for her. She was never dishonest or stupid, she was almost too perfect. Mally wasn’t the only wonderful character that was very involved in the plot of this book. Every character was so important and really helped make this a wonderful book. I loved how the characters interacted with each other and how they reacted together in moments of tragedy. Overall this book was amazing. I loved every aspect of it and will be looking into other books by this author. ***I received this eARC from NetGalley.***
l_manning More than 1 year ago
Sixteen years have passed since the king and queen of Bosc passed away. Their young baby daughter is also presumed dead, although there are rumors that she may have in fact lived. The knights of the kingdom are ruling the place with an iron fist, and life is pretty miserable. A rebellion group has formed though, and they are determined to discover whether the young princess truly did live. Along the way a member of the rebellion recruits a young lady named Mally Biddle to help the group spy in the castle. Mally discovers this may not be as easy as she had thought, and there are also plenty of secrets to go around. She will have to keep her wits about her if she is going to get out of this unscathed. I found this story to be a bit difficult to get into because there were big times jumps in the beginning and not a lot of indication that the time had jumped. I found myself having to re-read what I had just read to figure out what was going on. Once the story settled down though, things improved greatly. Mally is a sweet girl who really just wants to help other people. Even in the midst of an imperfect plan, Mally wants to please those that brought her into this and work to help the entire kingdom really. The host of characters Mally meets are entertaining, and they help to make for a fun story. Once I got past the skippy beginning, I enjoyed this book overall. The story is fun, and you can't help but like Mally and want the best for her. The story reads rather quickly. It moves along at a fairly brisk pace, so you aren't left hanging for long. I certainly saw where this story was going very early on, but I still enjoyed the  story itself. So if you enjoy light fantasy with a little mystery, check this book out.    Book provided for review.