by Suzanne Crowley
A very interesting read, based on truth this fiction tries to fill in the gaps and even provide a happy ending to a tragic tale. This is one of those stories that follows a mysterious child's death. Like Anastasia or the young Dauphin of France we like to think those tragedies aren't the end but the cover up for something better. This book trudges up another similar child tragedy and seeks to fill in the possibilities. I rather enjoyed the story and felt that it was put together well. It felt believable and somewhat satisfying. If you are into light historical reads this is a good one.