Laurence Bartram
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    The Return of Captain John Emmett

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Elizabeth Speller
    • Narrated By Daniel Philpott
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    1920. The Great War has been over for two years, and it has left a very different world from the Edwardian certainties of 1914. Following the death of his wife and baby and his experiences on the Western Front, Laurence Bartram has become something of a recluse.

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    The Return of Captain John Emmett: A Laurence Bartram Mystery, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By Elizabeth Speller
    • Narrated By Matthew Brenher
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    In the aftermath of the Great War and a devastating family tragedy, Laurence Bartram has turned his back on the world. But with a well-timed letter, an old flame manages to draw him back in. Mary Emmett's brother John - like Laurence, an officer during the war - has apparently killed himself while in the care of a remote veterans' hospital, and Mary needs to know why. What connects a group of war poets, a feud within Emmett's regiment, and a hidden love affair? Was Emmett's death really a suicide or the missing piece in a series of murders?

    DHackney says: "Fantastic Post WWI English Mystery"
    Fantastic Post WWI English Mystery

    I purchased “The Return of Captain John Emmett” by Elizabeth Speller as an Audible book for my Kindle. I wasn’t sure what to expect because this is a..Show More »

    Reviewed on December 21 2012 by DHackney (Round Rock, Texas)
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    The Strange Fate of Kitty Easton: A Laurence Bartram Mystery, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs)
    • By Elizabeth Speller
    • Narrated By Matthew Brenher
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    When Great War veteran Laurence Bartram arrives in Easton Deadall, he is struck by the beauty of the place: a crumbling manor, a venerable church, and a memorial to the village's soldiers, almost all of whom died in one bloody battle. Now peace prevails, but Easton Deadall remains haunted by tragedy - as does the Easton family. In 1911, five-year-old Kitty disappeared from her bed and has not been seen in thirteen years; only her fragile mother still believes she is alive.

    Judith A. Weller says: "Psychological Story NOT A MYSTERY"
    Psychological Story NOT A MYSTERY

    This is not a real mystery. It is the psychological portrait of the Easton family as seen through the eyes of Laurence Bartram and told with flashback..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 23 2012 by Judith A. Weller (LaVale, MD United States)