By Royal Command

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Oct 26, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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In this sequel to At the House of the Magician, Lucy has become a firm fixture in the household of the mysterious Dr. Dee. What the doctor doesn't know is that Lucy is not just a maid—she is also a spy for the Queen.

Then Lucy hears unexplained cries in the Dee house, and finds a young girl imprisoned there. What is Dr. Dee doing? Lucy means to find out.

A thrilling historical story, full of plots and intrigue.
  

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User Review  - 26kathryn - LibraryThing

The story in this book was not "full of intrigue and royal plots and counter-plots" as it says on the back cover. In fact I found it a bit dull, it just didn't seem to lead anywhere. I think I would ... Read full review

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Mary Hooper is a popular writer for children and young adults, best known in the US for her finely woven historical novels. Mary lives in England.
www.maryhooper.co.uk

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