Series: The Agency

Author: Y.S. Lee

Rivals in the City (2014)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 3
I'm sad to see this series end. I think it is one of the most intelligently written and could continue for several more books and I'd be fine with that. But, alas, that is not to be.The only problem I had with this story is that there was little interaction between Mary and James. It makes perfec...
The Agency 3: The Traitor in the Tunnel (2012)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 4
When the whole plot (again) revolves around happened-to-be-there moments and accidentally overheard conversations and just-ran-into encounters, I don't know why I like these books so much. They're fun. And the love-interest is cool. Real. Although they fight over dumb things, there's not as m...
The Traitor and the Tunnel (2011)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 3
While I still enjoyed this book in the series it was probably my least favorite. The mystery, or really mysteries, were rather all over the place and I was distanced from Mary and her choices at one point. Again, I don't know the pressures for women in her class and circumstances so perhaps I a...
The Traitor in the Tunnel (2012)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 2
The Traitor in the Tunnel is an AMAZING book by Y.S. Lee, a trilogy to the Mary Quinn series, that's situated in Victorian London. The book has an intricate plot about Mary Quinn,an orphan who has had an interesting past from a distinct family tree and a creative criminal record. Mary Quinn someh...
A Spy in the House (2010)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 3
This book is simplistic and most of the clues to solve the mystery just fell into the MC's lap, but the characters charmed me and I liked the setting and premise. My biggest beef is the attitude toward marriage--that for "some women" husband and family are enough, but discerning and intelligent ...