rating: 4 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed this second novel in the Maisie Dobbs' series. It's 1930 and still WWI dominates both England's social landscape and Maisie's life. Maisie is hired to find a missing daughter. Her investigations lead her to a series of murders that are motivated by the actions of the victims during WWI. It also leads her to uncover a secret kept by her assistant Billy Beale, and ultimately to a greater understanding of her relationship with her father. It's once again a fascinating read.
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