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The Mapping of Love and Death
by Jacqueline Winspear

Book Review by - linda
This is another delightful and clever addition to the Maisie Dobbs series. What’s so appealing about these books is not so much the mystery, although there is a nice puzzle to figure out, but the characters and the setting. As the story unfolds, Jacqueline Winspear pulls you into the Post WWI era and Maisie’s life, both personal and work. You spend time and get to know her friends, family, mentor and love interests. Maisie is such an easy character to love, that if you’re new to the series, you’ll be hooked before you know it. If you’ve been following Maisie all along (this is the seventh in the series), you’ll feel like you are spending time with old friends. Winspear also weaves in fascinating details about the Great War as Maisie tries to sort out a war-related crime. Great series for mystery lovers.Back.

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