Happy Release day, Tracy Grant!


Today is release day for the e-novella “The Paris Plot” by historical mystery author Tracy (aka Teresa) Grant.  Tracy has written 3 novels about Suzanne and Malcom Rannoch, a husband and wife spy team working in Europe during the rise and fall of Napoleon.  This story picks up where her most recent novel, The Paris Affair, left off.  The Paris Affair was one of my favorite books from 2013, and Tracy’s description of Waterloo was fantastic.  I’ve really enjoyed watching her develop her characters throughout this series – not just Malcolm and Suzanne, but a handful of regulars who pop in and out of her other books, too.

Here is what Kensington Books has to say about “The Paris Plot”:

In the fallout of one of history’s bloodiest battles, a personal war is waged…

Paris in 1816 is reeling from the Battle of Waterloo, and relations between the British and French are uneasy at best. So it’s hardly a surprise to British attaché and Intelligence Agent Malcolm Rannoch when he and his wife Suzanne, soon to give birth to their second child, become the target of violent threats. Malcolm is certain that the secrets of his past have caught up with him—but he’s unaware that Suzanne has more than a few secrets of her own…

The Rannochs both served as spies throughout the Napoleonic Wars, Malcolm for the British and Suzanne for the Bonapartist French—and both could have left any number of enemies in their wake. But even for two seasoned agents, finding a would-be killer in a country where allegiances are tested and no one can be trusted may prove as impossible as escaping their history…

“The Paris Plot” is for sale today for less than $3 on Nook or Kindle.  Tracy’s next full-length novel about Malcolm and Suzanne, The Berkely Square Affair, will be out on March 25th.

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