Maggie Hope Mystery Series by Susan Elia MacNeal
Susan Elia MacNeal
Susan Elia MacNeal is a proficient American author with several historical mystery novels under her name. After completing her high school level, she joined Wellesley College, where she majored in English. After years in college, Susan eventually graduated cum laude from Wellesley College, earning departmental honors in English Literature and credits from cross-registered classes at MIT. She enrolled in Harvard for a Radcliff Publishing Course, which is a six-week summer book and magazine intensive. She managed to get a coveted paid internship at Random House for a well known publisher, Harold Evans. From a young age, Susan Elia was always passionate about reading and writing books.
She knows what the British government is willing to do to keep its secrets. She knows who the double-crossers are.
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By Fabien. On April 3, In Reading Guide. Maggie Hope graduated at the top of her college class and possesses all the skills of the finest minds in British intelligence, but her gender qualifies her only to be the newest typist at No. Spirited, strong-willed, and possessing one of the sharpest minds in government for mathematics and code-breaking,she eventually become a real spy.
She started her writing career with two nonfiction books and articles on ballet, modern dance, and puppetry. Her first novel, Mr. Roosevelt's Confidante, which was nominated for an Agatha Award. The Paris Spy, the first of the series published in hardcover, then trade paperback, was a New York Times bestseller, Washington Post bestseller, Publishers Weekly bestseller, and nominated for an Agatha Award. All her books include real people as some of the movers of her plots. In her book "Mrs. She married puppeteer Noel MacNeal — a television performer, writer, director, and author — on November 6, at the Union Theological Seminary.