In the summer of 1932, Maisie Dobbs’s career takes an exciting new turn when she accepts an undercover assignment directed by Scotland Yard's Special Branch. Posing as a junior lecturer, she is sent to a private college in Cambridge to monitor any activities "not in the interests of His Majesty’s Government."
When the college's controversial pacifist founder and principal, Greville Liddicote, is murdered, Maisie is directed to stand back from the investigation. She soon discovers, however, that the circumstances of Liddicote’s death appear inextricably linked to the suspicious comings and goings of faculty and students under her surveillance....
©2011 Jacqueline Winspear (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
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"A throughly good listen"
I really enjoyed this book, and will enjoy listening to it again and again over future months and years. The plot is excellent, without too much in the way of distractions. No obscene words, just the 'b' word a couple of times. Both times it was in context, quite funny in fact.
There isn't another book I could compare it with, it is unique in its own field.
No, but I am looking forward to doing so having downloaded two more audio books.
Yes, but unfortunately one does have to go to bed!
I wish I had discovered this author sooner.
"I loved this book"
Beautifully read, a good old fashioned crime story with personal lives thrown in.
Not thrilling or cripping, but a relaxing crime novel to listen to.
I really recommend this book.
I am a great fan of Jacqueline winspear and this book was as good as all the previous books in the series. There is good plot which keeps you guessing till the end.
"A good read"
The stories about Maisie Dobb's give an insight into the long term effects of WW1 but not just on those on the front line. It shows the effects on the survivors. Add to that a whodunit, interesting characters then what more can you ask. I have found the whole series very interesting.
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