Blackstone and the Great War

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Severn House, 2012 - Fiction - 201 pages
2 Reviews

The new Inspector Sam Blackstone mystery . . . - France, World War One. Inspector Blackstone thought he was done with army, but when a general he served with requests he investigate the brutal murder of his grandson – a young British officer in the trenches – Blackstone feels he can’t say no. Surrounded by young men over half his age, Blackstone must face the horror of modern warfare, and the prejudices of the officer class, if he is to gain justice for the murdered man.

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Review: Blackstone and the Great War (Inspector Sam Blackstone #9)

User Review  - Richard Marman - Goodreads

This was a pretty good read, but I guessed the motive for the murder straight off. Sally Spencer has an easy-to-read style and I like her Inspector Blackstone character. I've started reading another book in the series. Read full review

Review: Blackstone and the Great War (Inspector Sam Blackstone #9)

User Review  - Goodreads

This was a pretty good read, but I guessed the motive for the murder straight off. Sally Spencer has an easy-to-read style and I like her Inspector Blackstone character. I've started reading another book in the series. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Spencer was born and brought up in Cheshier. She has been a teacher in England and Iran.

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