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A Matter of Loyalty by Anselm Audley
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In A Matter of Loyalty by Anselm Audley and Elizabeth Edmondson, Hugo and his sister, Georgia, have now lived in Selchester for four months, and it is now January 1954, with another serious mystery facing Hugo. In the midst of being debriefed, a Hungarian defector who spent years in a nuclear plant in Siberia casually mentions knowledge of an accident in an experimental nuclear plant near Selchester, an accident that no one is supposed to know about. It appears they have a spy in their midst. Hugo investigates the case, but then Bruno Rothesay, one of the suspects disappears, making him seem the obvious mole. That is, he seems that way until Georgia and Polly, the daughter of the Earl of Selchester, spot a body in the river on their way to school, and it proves to be that of Rothesay. Hugo now has two different issues to investigate, but could they be two parts of the same problem? Could the true mole have murdered Rothesay?

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