Current Reading Mood: Urban Fantasy
Quote of the day: “I’d have been dead a long time ago if not for my friends, one of whom had just jumped off the cliff after me.
I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

On My Hit List

Information about this new Me Me by Chasity @ Lovin` and Livin` Reviews!


On My Hit List *Bang*Bang* is the new name for my new feature but very similar to other features around. The idea of On My Hit List is to showcase what books you are eagerly waiting to read, want to read,hope to read or just want to share with everyone in the blogosphere.
If you have a similar post on your blog -no matter the featured name no matter the date you may post a direct link via Linky Tool found at the bottom of postings that way the rest of us can see what yummy reads you're looking to hit up.










The novel I'm choosing today is one I've seen around the blog-sphere the past few weeks, and couldn't help but LOVE the cover art. I was drawn to this book somehow, and after reading the synopsis, I'm on board. 


Here's the cover art & synopsis:








India Black – owner of a brothel coerced into being a spy for the British Government. I don’t know if liked her, but I found her fascinating.
The year is 1876. It’s winter in London. Victoria is queen and Disraeli is prime minister. Sir Archibald Latham of the War department dies in India’s brothel, the Lotus House. As she is disposing of the body – bad for business, you know – she is discovered by French who works for the PM. India is basically blackmailed into helping him retrieve documents that Latham had with him and that have disappeared. India falls headfirst into the deadly game of cat and mouse with the Russians.
India is one of a kind. She’s seen a lot in her life, knows that London is a tough city. She’s cynical and carries a gun that she is more than capable of using. She’s a businesswoman at heart, taking care of her tarts so that she can charge a fair penny for their services. But more than that, adventure excites her, the danger.





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