A Flaw in the Blood - Stephanie Barron This book was a fascinating "what if", and a plausible theory regarding the true cause of the hemophilia in Queen Victoria's children and descendants. There was quite a good final twist in the book, and though parts seemed to drag at times, the ending made the journey worthwhile. I very much enjoyed the employ of the Queen as one of the narrators, casting her not as the typical Queen Victoria so often portrayed, but rather more flawed and human. Overall a very good mystery and an excellent historical view of the Victorian era.