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An Impartial Witness by Charles Todd
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Jul 01, 2012

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bookshelves: crime-mystery-suspense, historical, part-of-a-series
Read from June 28 to July 01, 2012

An enjoyable read but no where nearly as good as the first in this series.

I found this book to be a little confusing at times as there were so many characters to keep track of, all introduced fairly quickly. And sadly Bess Crawford became annoying - just how many times can she be right? Find the missing bullet in the grass when no one has been able to? Yes. Solve everything and still keep up her war nursing? Yes. Not need to sleep or recover when on leave from the French atrocities? Yes. It seems people were travelling to and from France with great ease and regularity, and at the most opportune times too.

Still worth reading, and I will look for the next in the series, but perhaps have a break for a while before reading it.

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