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"I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train." - Oscar Wilde

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The Spy

The Spy - Celeste Bradley OK I think I have had enough of the Liar's Club.

This is the 2nd book from the series I read and I think The Spy is an improvement from the first one in the series [The Pretender]. I like Philippa better than the meddlesom Agatha.

I cannot say that I like Celeste Bradley's style. The relationship feels rushed and the proclaimation of love forced, sex sceces uncomfortable, characterization on the shallow side. The spying element is played up in this series, too much for my taste.

I finished the book with a lot of skim-reading. I might try her other books but no more Liar's Club.