Madam Angela: A Tale of Treachery

Madam Angela: A Tale of TreacheryMadam Angela: A Tale of Treachery by Jill Clifford
on January 1st 1970
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Angela Adair runs a successful escort agency in Sydney. She caters to a wealthy clientele, but her agency is not the only game in town. There are other agencies out there who want her business. To make matters worse, some escorts are missing, and she asks her top escort, Duane to keep his eyes and ears open so he can help gather information on who is behind the disappearance of his fellow escorts.

This book is really a mystery/thriller about missing escorts. This is not erotica. Just a book that deals with escorts involved in servicing wealthy clientele but without any graphic scenes. Angela and her husband are struggling to keep business as another agency seems to be doing quite well. An agency founded by a former assistant of Angela’s who double crossed her back in the day.

There is some mystery here but throughout the book the finger kept being pointed at one culprit and the reveal wasn’t too shocking. I think I would have enjoyed the book more, had there been more suspects and more false leads, etc. The writing was good, and this book did move at a nice pace. Nothing felt rushed or drawn out. I also appreciated that nothing felt outlandish or that I had to suspend any disbelief while reading this book. It was all very straightforward and felt realistic.

I received a copy of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review.

three-stars

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