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July 29, 2015


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I discovered these a couple of years ago and loved them. The mystery itself is good but I really like getting to know the main character and his struggles after the war. I have been drawn to books about WWI since I read the Regeneration trilogy by Pat Barker. Very different since it is not a mystery but it did really enlighten me on the brutality and psychological consequences of WWI. I've also read most of the Bess Crawford series by the same author. They are not bad but I really like this series the best.


It's interesting that you say that about the Bess Crawford mysteries Marta. My mom said much that same thing. I'm devouring the Ian Rutledge ones but will hold off on the other series. I agree with you about the fascinating way each one explores a different aspect of the 'Great' war.

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