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Waiting on Wednesday: The Agency: The Traitor in the Tunnel by Y.S. Lee

Waiting on Wednesday (WoW) is a weekly meme hosted by
Breaking the Spine.
My posts about adult literary fiction are here:

Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks

The Flight of Gemma Hardy by Margot Livesey
Diving Bells: And Other Stories by Lucy Wood 
My posts about my guilty pleasure reading (romantic, often paranormal, novels) can be found here:
Prince Charming Doesn’t Live Here by Christine Warren
Tempest’s Legacy by Nicole Peeler
Saint’s Astray by Jacqueline Carey
Timeless by Gail Carriger
My posts about YA/teen titles are here:
Witch & Wizard: The Gift by James Patterson & Ned Rust
The Piper’s Son by Melina Marchetta
The Mockingbirds, Book 2: The Rivals by Daisy Whitney
The Space Between by Brenna Yovanoff
Kiss of Frost by Jennifer Estep 
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood
Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen
My posts about middle grade titles are here:
The Pirate Captain’s Daughter by Eve Bunting
And now for today’s:
The Agency: The Traitor in the Tunnel   
by Y.S. Lee
9780763653163, Candlewick, $16.99, Pub. Date: February 2012 
I really enjoyed the mix of spy thriller, romance, and character growth that were present in the first two historical YA novels in this series (A Spy in the House and The Body at the Tower), so am very much looking forward to book # 3. Maybe I’ll even write up a review this time!
Publisher’s description:
Get steeped in suspense, romance, and high Victorian intrigue as Mary goes undercover at Buckingham Palace – and learns a startling secret at the Tower of London.

Queen Victoria has a little problem: there’s a petty thief at work in Buckingham Palace. Charged with discretion, the Agency puts quickwitted Mary Quinn on the case, where she must pose as a domestic while fending off the attentions of a feckless Prince of Wales. But when the prince witnesses the murder of one of his friends in an opium den, the potential for scandal looms large. And Mary faces an even more unsettling possibility: the accused killer, a Chinese sailor imprisoned in the Tower of London, shares a name with her long-lost father. Meanwhile, engineer James Easton, Mary’s onetime paramour, is at work shoring up the sewers beneath the palace, where an unexpected tunnel seems to be very much in use. Can Mary and James trust each other (and put their simmering feelings aside) long enough to solve the mystery and protect the Royal Family? Hoist on your waders for Mary’s most personal case yet, where the stakes couldn’t be higher – and she has everything to lose.

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