Book Review: Trickster


by Sam Michaels

Mystery & Thrillers , Women’s Fiction

Pub Date 16 Apr 2019

I am reviewing a copy of Trickster through Aria and Netgalley:

Georgina Garrett is born just as the First World War is announced. People have no idea that someday she will grow up to rule the streets of Battersea.

A tragic event in her early childhood will leave her Father to make a decision he will raise Georgina as George.

When you come from a deeply impoverished family the only way to survive is street smarts.

When you are raised by a Father who steals, and a Grandmother of the night
and a Mother long dead you have anything but an easy life.

I found Trickster to be worthy of three out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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