Charlotte Pelham gets an unexpected participant in the walking tour she has contracted to guide disguised as Charles Pelham, a fictitious older brother. The enigmatic Mr. Montgomery is a handsome mystery and Charlotte begins to lose her heart to him even though she is concerned that he has ulterior motives for joining the group. Can he be connected to the string of bad luck and accidents that plague the tour? Her heart is convinced he is honorable, but caution dictates that she keep her head. Martha Kirklands MR. MONTGOMERYS QUEST (4) provides readers with a lively story, a strong, unconventional heroine and a thoroughly likeable cast of characters. (Oct., 215 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck