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A Royal Pain It S S London, And Lady Georgiana Thirty Fourth In Line To The Throne Has A Lot On Her Plate, But Little In Her Cupboards, In This National BestsellerBaked Beans And Boiled Eggs That S What My Houseguest, The Bavarian Princess, Will Have To Eat If I Don T Get Help Posthaste The Queen Of England Has Requested I Entertain Said Princess, Placing Her In The Playboy Prince S Path, In Hopes He Might Finally MarryBut Queens Never Consider Money, Of Which I Have Little And Which Is Why I Moonlight As A Maid In Disguise My Plans Clean House In Manner Of Palace Blackmail Brother, Binky, Into Sending A Few Quid Unteach Princess Hanni English From Gangster Movies Lest She Address The Queen As Old Broad Keep Eye On Princess At Parties, Where She Drinks Like A FishThen There S The Matter Of The Body In The Bookshop And Hanni S Unwitting Involvement With The Communist Party It S Enough To Drive A Girl Mad


About the Author: Rhys Bowen

I m a New York Times bestselling mystery author, winner of both Agatha and Anthony awards for my Molly Murphy mysteries, set in 1902 New York City.I have recently published two internationally bestselling WWII novels, one of them a 1 Kindle bestseller, the other selling almost half a million copies to date.I also write the Agatha winning Royal Spyness series, about the British royal family in the 1930s It s lighter, sexier, funnier, wicked satire It was voted by readers as best mystery series one year I am also known for my Constable Evans books, set in North Wales, and for my award winning short stories I was born and raised in England but currently divide my time between California and Arizona where I go to escape from the harsh California wintersWhen I am not writing I love to travel, sing, hike, play my Celtic harp.Series Constable Evan Mystery Molly Murphy Mysteries Her Royal Spyness MysteriesAwards Agatha Award Best Novel 2001 Murphy s LawReviewer s Choice Award Historical Mystery 2001 Murphy s Law



10 thoughts on “A Royal Pain

  1. says:

    I read the first book in this series at the end of 2017 and then left it on the backburner because I was already engaged in this author s Molly Murphy series Well Molly has become a bit morose and her relationship with Daniel is going nowhere fast so I am giving that a breather for while..In the meantime Lady Georgiana is much better entertainment She is funny and her actions are a lotlight hearted than poor Molly s I also enjoy her


  2. says:

    Review written May 26, 20164.3 Stars Simply wonderfully cozy 9 hrs mystery fun Book 2My latest reading passion started last fall are all these lighthearted cozy mysteri novels A genre even better as audiobooks I really liked the serial starter, Her Royal Spyness 4.2 , back in January It was with a good feeling I started this second part London June, 1934So much fun to once again meet the Queen s amateur spy Lady Georgie aka Lady Victoria


  3. says:

    A fun vacation read I enjoyed the antics in this book Lady Georgie is 34th in line for the throne, but penniless and living in London without an allowance.In this story, she does some maturing in terms of seeing people as equals As in the first book, the mystery is a small part of the story This series is a fun, light, fluffy look at social status and society..with a few dead bodies and mystery sprinkled throughout A fun read.


  4. says:

    1.5 starsOnce again I expected , and once again I find myself dissatisfied It takes forever for the mystery to begin in full force Georgie is repetitive, whiny, and incredibly dense Like the first book, she doesn t really solve anything but gets thrown into the answer by the villain s actions always conveniently at the right time place On top of that, the writing was jarring The choice of words from characters, the incredible articulation of anti commun


  5. says:

    Another fun cosy mystery with the penniless Lady Georgiana Great Granddaughter of Queen Victoria 34th in line to the throne In this instalment, Georgie has been asked by the Queen to entertain a visiting foreign Princess, who the Queen hopes will catch the eye of the Prince of Wales and turn him away from that dreadful Simpson woman But things are never simple before long there are dead bodies, communists shoplifting to deal with all while attending Royal Func


  6. says:

    synopsis from GoodreadsIt s 1930s London, and Lady Georgiana thirty fourth in line to the throne has a lot on her plate, but little in her cupboards, in this national bestsellerBaked beans and boiled eggs That s what my houseguest, the Bavarian princess, will have to eat if I don t get help posthaste The Queen of England has requested I entertain said princess, placing her in the playboy prince s path, in hopes he might finally marry.But queens never consider money,


  7. says:

    What a hysterical and riotous treat this series is turning out to be Had P G Wodehouse ever written mysteries I can see them having felt like this.


  8. says:

    Another fun cozy mystery so ably narrated I enjoyed it lovely relaxed listening.


  9. says:

    A Royal Pain is the second in the Lady Georgiana series by Rhys Bowen In this one, set in Depression era London, Georgie s house cleaning business isn t going that well but she is scraping by, living alone in Rannoch House and eating baked beans and toast One day she is summoned to Buck House by Queen Mary It seems the Queen is very concerned about her son David s inappropriate attachment to that awful American woman , Wallis Simpson, and has decided to try to entice him to asuitable A R


  10. says:

    I simply loved this second installment of the continuing adventures of Lady Georgiana I found much of it hilarious and on audio it is a scream It really comes through with Hanni s German accent and her gangster speak Katherine Hellgren, the narrator does a great job, as usual, with all the accents, it makes it so much fun to listen to I think it really enhances all of it, especially the voices of all the males with their 1930 s cant, like Gussie and poor Tubby It really makes me feel like I sim


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