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Love the Todd's. Man Rutledge is a great multifaceted character. I love anything that pertains to WW1. I recommend this to mystery and historical fiction.Published 19 days ago by Madelyn
I never figured it out. It is a fantastic mystery. One of the best I have ever read. Wow!!! Double Wow!!!!!Published 28 days ago by G,D,G,
One of the best in this series
The plot was quite complex yet believable.
I hope we learn more about Billy and his father in a later book.
The Rutledge series has been fun to read. Character development is C. Todd's strength. Well worth the investment of time.Published 3 months ago by T. J. Walsh
Disagree with the reviewer who said there were too many twists and turns. That's what kept me intrigued and turning pages--couldn't quite figure out who really killed Florence--or... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like all of Todd's books but this one was especially good. Very enjoyable. Not as much Hamish. He gets very irritating.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Forgive me for not getting his full title correct. I am enjoying the series a great deal, even out of order, since I don't know the order as written or imagined. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dr Jocey
Twists and turns and surprises throughout. Rutledge uses reasoning and intuition to unravel mysteries and doesn't need a weapon beyond a commanding look. Does the man never sleep? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daryl Kim Hamblin, PhD