Review: Spy in a Little Black Dress - Maxine Kenneth
It seems like I'm in the mood for mystery lately and spy novels ?
Wanting another great mystery spy novel ? One that is rumoured to have been based on reality ?
Review: Spy in a little Black Dress - Book #2 Spy Series - October 2012
Who is like me and loves a little injection of chick lit and mystery now again ? What's even cooler is the fact that it is inspired by a true tale ? Maxine Kenneth brings to us Book #2 in the Spy in a LBD series starring the wonderful Jackie "O" - the now Mrs Kennedy. However before she become Jackie Kennedy , she was Miss Jacqueline Bouvair , a new recruit for the newly formed CIA or so the story tells . This book is inspired by a true story which was discovered in the form of a letter from Jackie to her husband John F Kennedy. Book #2 tells of Jackie's journey to Cuba where she will come across trouble and meet some famous stars and newfound friends along the way including Ernest Hemingway whose new book "The Old Man and The Sea" is about to hit bookshops around the world , her cousin Gore Vidal who is having to write under a pseudonym as one critic has boycotted others against Gore due to his homosexuality , Frank Sinatra , Ava Gardner , Zsa Zsa Gabor and of course a new and upcoming actress wannabe Grace Kelly who is hoping for a big break into the Hollywood scene and of course we are introduced to Cuba's newest leader Fidel Castro who Jackie assures if he wants people to respect him and look older he needs to grow a beard.
This was such a quick and fast-paced story that holds your attention as you read from page to page and I now can't wait to read Book #1 Paris to Die For.