Rosemary Gresham is a thief.
Besides that, she's an excellent thief. From a band of orphans turned family of excellent thieves.
Excellent thieves in need of money. Which is why she's taken this job from the mysterious Mr. V. To track down Peter Holstein and figure out who he is--to determine whether he is loyal to England or Germany as war rumbles in the distance.
Of course, neither she nor Mr. V counted on her actually liking him.
A Name Unknown features a whole cast of vibrant characters, from thieves to novelists to even kings. And not just main characters like Rosemary or Peter. The side characters sparkle as well.
The book is also a great (and realistic) peek into a writer's life. The plot may not be the fastest thing in the world, but it doesn't need to be. On top of that, themes of identity and the One Who gives us that identity shine through.
A Name Unknown doesn't deserve to be a book unknown.
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