A Traitor At Tower Bridge

A Traitor At Tower Bridge

London 1924. Private enquiry agent Lady Eleanor Bakewell, and her maid Tilly, return in another stirring tale of espionage and murder....

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  • QNPoohBear

    A few months into her private inquiry agent business and Lady Eleanor begins to doubt her abilities. She's been asked by a working-class woman, Mrs. Mary Cropper, to search for her husband Martin. In ...

  • Tony Hisgett

    I like Eleanor and I enjoy following her as she investigates a case, but what I am not so keen on is the way she suddenly solves the case and before the author gives any clue as to what she has discov...

  • jules durrant

    Lady ELeanor on the case.Very good story with lady Eleanor taking on a case which she at first thinks a simple urder case but turns out not to be . I loved all the descriptions of how people dressed f...

  • Jennifer Nolan

    This is the best one in the series in that it doesn’t just focus on the elite upper classes but illustrates what life is like for the working classes and the poor. It also brings into play the world...

  • Charlene Davis

    A little bit of historyExcellent storytelling. There are real places and real facts in the story but it is not a history book. Don't look for the historical fact Just enjoy the story And the writer is...

  • Doreen

    Great Series!Terrific Series that is set in London in the 1920's--- post WW 1. War may be over but espionage still exists. Lady Eleanor gets involved again while attempting to find a missing husband. ...

  • Henry Richardson

    Tea and mayhemLady Eleanor is a sleuth. She had a client with missing husband and the search begins. Finding more than one victim including herself in the line of fire makes for a good story....

  • sarah williams

    Rowing on the riverI like Lady Eleanor and Major Peter Armitage. Lady Eleanor is now looking a married man who has disappeared. She with the help of friends tracts down clues. Parties galore, yet she ...

  • Jessica Kosai

    I’m confused about why Armitage faked his death. How does it protect her? ...

  • Lynda Calkins

    Lady Eleanor booksAll of the Lady Eleanor books have been great. I'm looking forward to the fourth soon! The city areas are fascinating. I love Tilly and the boy!...