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I didn't like that we knew who the killer was almost right at the outset, but I did like a lot of the characters in the town of Cambury. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Laura E.
I have read and enjoyed other books in the series, but this one, although well-written, was just way too farfetched for me. Read morePublished 27 days ago by jreader
Very well done! I'm a bit addicted to Ian Rutledge &, I think, at this point I like him more than Bess Crawford!Published 1 month ago by Elisha Demaria
They are what they are: brainless way to pass the time. They do keep me reading, but they are nothing specialPublished 1 month ago by mirah s mosley
One of the best of the series. Many complexities to work out and complex characters. A few too many suspects.Published 1 month ago by Joyce Lucas-Clark
I love all Charles Todd mysteries. This is an easy and interesting read. If you like mysteries, give Inspector Ian Rutledge a try.Published 1 month ago by karenina
The quality of writing and the mysteries themselves, never cease to keep the reader involved. I have yet to find any book in the series, even back to back , that is no less than... Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Durham
Disagree with some reviews. Liked this one very much. Felt like it advanced the characters. Complex plot which I like. And voice in his head did not overpower. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MJC