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Mad About the Boy? by Dolores Gordon-Smith
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Feb 24, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: historical-mystery, mystery-england
Read in February, 2010

Jack Haldean's best friend Arthur Stanton has problems. He's still suffering from shell shock from his battlefield experiences in World War I, and he's just been rejected by Jack's beautiful cousin Isabelle, who is in love with another man. It seems like too much to stand when he's suspected of a murder--just because he's found with bloody hands in a room with a dead body--and someone has shot him. Jack has to find out why an old friend committed suicide, and whether someone is framing Arthur--and how! Gordon-Smith takes readers back to the Golden Age of detective fiction, complete with a house party, sinister Russians, and a set of twins nicknamed Bubble and Squeak.

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