Friday, April 25, 2014

Aloha to Teresa Grant and THE BERKELEY SQUARE AFFAIR


One of spring's anticipated novels is Teresa Grant's THE BERKELEY SQUARE AFFAIR from Kensington:

A stolen treasure may hold the secret to a ghastly crime... Ensconced in the comfort of their elegant home in London’s Berkeley Square, Malcolm and Suzanne Rannoch are no longer subject to the perilous life of intrigue they led during the Napoleonic Wars. Once an Intelligence Agent, Malcolm is now a Member of Parliament, and Suzanne is one of the city’s most sought-after hostesses. But a late-night visit from a friend who’s been robbed may lure them back into the dangerous world they thought they’d left behind. . 

Playwright Simon Tanner had in his possession what may be a lost version of Hamlet, and the thieves were prepared to kill for it. But the Rannochs suspect there’s more at stake than a literary gem–for the play may conceal the identity of a Bonapartist spy–along with secrets that could force Malcolm and Suzanne to abandon their newfound peace and confront their own dark past...

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Hamlet's Castle
Kronborg Castle, Helsingør, Denmark
Image released to Public Domain (link)

I am currently reading THE BERKELEY SQUARE AFFAIR and loving it!   Grant captures the grandeur of the Regency Era along with the mystique of "cloak and dagger" from the protagonists' former lives.  Stay tuned for a full review!    


Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

To learn more about Teresa and her books, check out her website at



  1. This sounds really good. In fact, all of her books look good, especially with those lovely covers. I'll have to put these on my "wish list".

  2. Looking forward to reading this book! Another new author for me.

  3. Sounds very good and I love the covers!

  4. Thanks for introducing me to another new author. The books sound fun. Looking forward to the full review from you.

  5. I've never read her books but I would like to. They sound very good and I, too, love the covers!

  6. Sounds intriguing! Beautiful covers. :)