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A Duty to the Dead: A Bess Crawford Mystery

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A book by Charles Todd

The winning first in a new WWI series from the bestselling mother-son Todds (A Matter of Justiceand 10 other Inspector Rutledge mysteries) introduces Bess Crawford, a resourceful British army nurse who's injured when her ship is sunk in 1916. While … see full wiki

Author: Charles Todd
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: William Morrow
1 review about A Duty to the Dead: A Bess Crawford Mystery

Gripping

  • Sep 18, 2009
Rating:
+5
This book was a thrill to read. The author took his time in laying out the story, which was a treat. None of the detail provided for the characters' reactions, descriptions, etc. was wasted. Everything worked together to provide the right amount of intrigue. The plot took some interesting twists and turns. I was left guessing until almost the end.

Great read for traditional murder mystery lovers.

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