In Rhys Bowen’s new stand-alone novel, In Farleigh Field, it’s the summer of 1941, and even though almost everyone, including aristocratic debutantes, are giving it their all, the war is not going well for the people of England. Traitors are moving among the estates of the titled, parachutists who are German spies dressed as English infantrymen are dropping from the sky and disheartening fake news is being broadcast
When asked why she decided to write a stand alone in addition to her two series featuring Molly Murphy and Georgie, Her Royal Spyness, Rhys laughed and said it was becasue she must be a crazy woman. In other words, divine madness for her readers.
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