New York Times Best-selling author Rhys Bowen at AADL

. August 1, 2017.
Bowen will talk about the latest novel in her Royal Spyness series
Bowen will talk about the latest novel in her Royal Spyness series

Bowen will talk about the latest novel in her Royal Spyness series, On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service @ 7pm on August 3rd. Currently living in California and Arizona, Bowen, who is also the author of the celebrated Molly Murphy Mysteries, was born in Bath, England and married into a family with historic royal connections. The popular and light-hearted Royal Spyness series, which debuted in 2007, features the funny and sexy heroine Lady Georgie, a penniless relative to Queen Mary in 1930’s Britain who not only boasts the distinction of being 34th in line to the throne, but also periodically (and on the down-low) receives personal spying assignments from the Queen. Her latest adventure involves a murder, blackmail, and a high society house party in Italy where the laughs seem to arrive at the rate of a kilometer a minute.

Aunt Agatha’s presents Rhys Bowen
Thursday, August 3, 7pm
Downtown AADL, 343 S. Fifth Avenue
aadl.org
Free

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