April 1819 Glittering chandeliers reveal dark secrets Former spies and London society favorites Malcolm and Mlanie Suzanne Rannoch are back home, and delighted that their dear friends, Raoul O'Roarke and Laura Tarrington, are finally free to marry. But what should be an occasion for joy is soon marred by a blackmail attempt. To aid an old friend, the Rannochs must resume ...
|Title||:||The Darlington Letters|
|Number of Pages||:||196 pages|
The Darlington Letters Reviews
Malcolm and Mèlanie are back with the gang. There is a new case and the upcoming nuptials of Raoul O’Rourke and Laura.
Reading a Malcolm and Melanie book feels like coming home after a long and tiring day. I love the main characters created by the author as well as the varied cast of friends, family and enemies. It begins just prior to the marriage of Malcolm’s father, a long awaited happy event, and ends with the solution to a complicated blackmail plot. There are many twists and turns involving a multiple cast of characters and I am so grateful to the author for a cast list of families and friends in the begin ...more