Treacherous Is the Night

Treacherous Is the Night

In 1919 England, in the shadow of The Great War, many look to the spirit world for answers. But it will take an all too earthbound intrigue to draw in the discerning heroine of Anna Lee Huber?s latest mystery . . . It?s not that Verity Kent doesn?t sympathize with those eager to make contact with lost loved ones. After all, she once believed herself a war widow. But now t In 1919 England, in the shadow of The Great War, many look to the spirit world for answers. But it will take an...

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  • Dawn Michelle
    Oct 16, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

    Treacherous is the Night by Anna Lee Huber takes us back to July of 1919 in London. Verity Kent is still adjusting to having her husband, Sidney back from the dead. They have yet to have an in depth discussion about their time apart and the tension is so thick you would need a hacksaw ...

    My eyes are killing me and I have had a headache for TWO days, but I will say it was GLORIOUS to actually R E A D this book [on my computer with the font HUGE - which is disconcerting when you have to go back to regular font - everything looks so tiny]. Oh how I have missed that. I...

  • Melodie
    Aug 23, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

    Treacherous is the Night by Anna Lee Huber takes us back to July of 1919 in London. Verity Kent is still adjusting to having her husband, Sidney back from the dead. They have yet to have an in depth discussion about their time apart and the tension is so thick you would need a hacksaw ...

    My eyes are killing me and I have had a headache for TWO days, but I will say it was GLORIOUS to actually R E A D this book [on my computer with the font HUGE - which is disconcerting when you have to go back to regular font - everything looks so tiny]. Oh how I have missed that. I...

    I am a big fan of Ms. Huber's Lady Darby series, but had not read the first book in the Verity Kent series. I didn't feel lost at all reading this one. Though the immediate post-WWI time period is not one I tend to read, Ms. Huber has the ability to make anything interesting! In this s...

  • Mystica
    Sep 07, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

  • Blackjack
    Jan 05, 2019

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

  • writer...
    Dec 04, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

  • Milena
    Aug 05, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

  • Caz
    Dec 19, 2017

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

  • The Lit Bitch
    Sep 26, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

  • LORI CASWELL
    Sep 30, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

  • Sophia
    Sep 23, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

  • G.
    Oct 10, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

  • Jaclyn
    Sep 29, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

  • Kate Baxter
    Jul 31, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

  • Ami
    Sep 15, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

  • Rachel
    Sep 13, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

  • Linda
    Sep 06, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

  • Kristina
    Dec 31, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

    Treacherous is the Night by Anna Lee Huber takes us back to July of 1919 in London. Verity Kent is still adjusting to having her husband, Sidney back from the dead. They have yet to have an in depth discussion about their time apart and the tension is so thick you would need a hacksaw ...

  • Nidofito
    Mar 03, 2019

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

    Treacherous is the Night by Anna Lee Huber takes us back to July of 1919 in London. Verity Kent is still adjusting to having her husband, Sidney back from the dead. They have yet to have an in depth discussion about their time apart and the tension is so thick you would need a hacksaw ...

    My eyes are killing me and I have had a headache for TWO days, but I will say it was GLORIOUS to actually R E A D this book [on my computer with the font HUGE - which is disconcerting when you have to go back to regular font - everything looks so tiny]. Oh how I have missed that. I...

    I am a big fan of Ms. Huber's Lady Darby series, but had not read the first book in the Verity Kent series. I didn't feel lost at all reading this one. Though the immediate post-WWI time period is not one I tend to read, Ms. Huber has the ability to make anything interesting! In this s...

    I received this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway. Thanks to Kensington Publishing Corp. and Goodread for the opportunity to provide a review. Another out of the box read for me and I loved it! This is the second book in the Verity Kent series and she was definitely a woman ahead of...

    ?Treacherous Is the Night? by Anna Lee Huber is a thrilling mystery set during 1919 England just after the war, when many who are grieving seek solace from spiritualists. Atmospheric and engaging, it features Verity Kent, once a member of the Secret Service who sets out to uncover ...

    A pleasant enough read, if nothing extraordinary. Verity?s repeated insistence of her pleasure being near other men questions the sincerity of her love for her husband. On the flipside, I wonder how devoted Sidney was to his marriage during the cold, hard years of WWI. There has to b...

  • Betty
    Aug 24, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

  • Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice*
    Nov 04, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

  • Sarah
    Nov 23, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

  • Susan
    Aug 15, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

  • Sabrina
    Nov 06, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

  • Gail C.
    Sep 05, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

  • Barbara Rogers
    Sep 21, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

  • Carole (in Canada)
    Oct 20, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

  • Jill
    Jan 12, 2019

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

    Treacherous is the Night by Anna Lee Huber takes us back to July of 1919 in London. Verity Kent is still adjusting to having her husband, Sidney back from the dead. They have yet to have an in depth discussion about their time apart and the tension is so thick you would need a hacksaw ...

    My eyes are killing me and I have had a headache for TWO days, but I will say it was GLORIOUS to actually R E A D this book [on my computer with the font HUGE - which is disconcerting when you have to go back to regular font - everything looks so tiny]. Oh how I have missed that. I...

    I am a big fan of Ms. Huber's Lady Darby series, but had not read the first book in the Verity Kent series. I didn't feel lost at all reading this one. Though the immediate post-WWI time period is not one I tend to read, Ms. Huber has the ability to make anything interesting! In this s...

    I received this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway. Thanks to Kensington Publishing Corp. and Goodread for the opportunity to provide a review. Another out of the box read for me and I loved it! This is the second book in the Verity Kent series and she was definitely a woman ahead of...

  • Cathy Murray
    Jan 12, 2019

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

  • Literary Soirée
    Oct 01, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...

    This writer pulled me into this mystery, carefully expanding the characters and laying the plot out with such details I couldn't imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. ...

    A bit far-fetched and confusing for me. Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber is the second entry in the Verity Kent mystery series that is set in London right after WWI. Verity is a likeable heroine, she?s tough and in control, and always seems to know what to do or say in any ...

    Verity who was a strong woman in the first book has turned into a doormat here who takes on the guilt and blame of everything and everyone when she shouldn't. Her husband Sydney turns out to be the biggest chauvinistic asshole ever. And Verity just takes it and rationalizes everything....

    This is the second book in the Verity Kent mystery series which follows six weeks after the conclusion of, "This Side of Murder". In the first book, the Great War has recently ended. Verity's stint in the British Secret Service has come to an end. Yet, those skills honed in service are...

    This is an interesting post-war mystery. I had a difficult time with the heroine though. Verity was just a little too bitter and prickly for me. I understand why she's that way - she had a difficult job during the war, believed herself to be a widow, coped with it as best she could man...

    Seance...Secrets...Treachery... Another intriguing post-World War I mystery by the ever talented Anna Lee Huber and book 2 in the Verity Kent mystery series. I strongly recommend you read book 1, 'This Side of Murder', as the mystery and story behind her dead husband, Sidney, is r...

    Treacherous is the Night by Anna Lee Huber takes us back to July of 1919 in London. Verity Kent is still adjusting to having her husband, Sidney back from the dead. They have yet to have an in depth discussion about their time apart and the tension is so thick you would need a hacksaw ...

    My eyes are killing me and I have had a headache for TWO days, but I will say it was GLORIOUS to actually R E A D this book [on my computer with the font HUGE - which is disconcerting when you have to go back to regular font - everything looks so tiny]. Oh how I have missed that. I...

    I am a big fan of Ms. Huber's Lady Darby series, but had not read the first book in the Verity Kent series. I didn't feel lost at all reading this one. Though the immediate post-WWI time period is not one I tend to read, Ms. Huber has the ability to make anything interesting! In this s...

    I received this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway. Thanks to Kensington Publishing Corp. and Goodread for the opportunity to provide a review. Another out of the box read for me and I loved it! This is the second book in the Verity Kent series and she was definitely a woman ahead of...

    ?Treacherous Is the Night? by Anna Lee Huber is a thrilling mystery set during 1919 England just after the war, when many who are grieving seek solace from spiritualists. Atmospheric and engaging, it features Verity Kent, once a member of the Secret Service who sets out to uncover ...

  • eyes.2c
    Sep 25, 2018

    EXCERPT: "....Mrs Kent, I am ordering you to stay out of this matter. Should I discover you disregarded this warning or should you attempt to visit us here again, I will not hesitate to contact Scotland Yard." His eyes gleamed with the pleasure it would give him to see me arrested. "Is...

    I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars. Treacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber?s latest series of post-WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent. The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing me with an advance digital copy of Treacherous Is the Night by Anna Lee Huber in exchange for an unbiased review. The second in a series featuring former Secret Service Agent Verity Kent in the time immediately following World ...

    Full disclosure, I?ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years. I absolutely love all of her books and I can?t get enough of the heroines, mysteries, and of course the covers! The Verity Kent series is no different. I read the first book in the Verity Kent series earlier this...

    Treacherous Is the Night is the second book in Verity Kent series by Anna Lee Huber. In this book Verity travels to Belgium and France with Sydney to investigate a mystery concerning one of La Dame Blanche (Belgian underground intelligence) agents with whom she worked during WW1 and wh...

    I have officially given up at 70%. I tried plowing through it, and when that did not work, I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end. That too became a chore. I think if I had read the first book in Huber's new series, this second book would have made much...

    Dollycas?s Thoughts In this follow up to This Side of Murder, Ex-Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war. His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another ma...

    5+ stars!! Ms. Huber has penned another fabulous mystery in this series. She has demonstrated great skill as she writes in a new setting that is roughly 90 years later than her popular Lady Darby series. Many authors are not able to adapt from one setting to another as successfully...

    Strong second book in the Verity Kent series. In the last book, Verity discovered that her husband Sidney, whom she?d been told over a year earlier was dead, was still very much alive. After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down, Verity ...

    After my intro to Verity and her Post WWI world in This Side of Murder, I was eager to press forward with the next installment in this complex and intriguing though exceptionally engaging historical murder mystery series. Treacherous is the Night is book two and follows closely on t...

    Though it is 1919 and despite the horrendous war and the after effects of it, the position of women seemed roughly unchanged. They took up the challenge,motor to every known occupation available, filled in all the gaps admirably but when the war was over they were expected to go back t...

    Verity Kent attended a seance and the medium revealed items that occur during the time she was working for the Secret Service. Her efforts to talk with the medium were not successful. With her husband, Sidney at her side. They leave for war-torn Belgium. There she meets friends that he...

    4.5 stars. I liked the first book in this series, but Treacherous Is the Night took it to another level! The first one was a bit more cozy mystery, with the classic English house party setup, but this one felt much deeper. Most of the historical mystery series I read are lighter than t...

    Series: Verity Kent #2 Publication Date: 9/25/18 This is a captivating, suspenseful and beautifully written tale set in the aftermath of WWI. It moves quickly and is filled with twists and turns. There is so much rich period detail that is so well done that you feel as if you are t...

    Delving deeper into the complexities of husband Sidney's return from his WWI presumed death, Verity Kent's life is, yet again, no longer as it once was. Neither is Sidney's. And there lie the concerns. How does one pick up life as a couple when you've believed yourself, and lived as, o...

    I don't really know how to review this without spoiling the first book. Anyway, I thought it was even better than the first one. I think I just found a new historical mystery series to squee over. ...

    I really enjoyed the second book in Huber's Verity Kent series in which Verity Kent finds herself embroiled in an intrigue related to her time as a Secret Service agent during the war. Verity learns that a former contact may be in danger and that someone has been sharing secrets that s...

    Calculated risks! Verity and Sidney Kent may be united but four years of thinking your husband dead means you led a different life. No longer the woman who had a husband to consider, rather a woman grieving and determined to live life, take chances and trying to bury the sorrow. S...