If you're a fan of tightly plotted historical mysteries, don't miss Mary Roberts Rinehart's Dangerous Days. This tale blends disparate elements such as industrial spies, intrigue among the American aristocracy, and the political and social climate that led up to World War I into a fast-paced and eminently satisfying read.
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A saccharine sweet WWI romance without a hint of mystery. Everyone is either long suffering, self sacrificing or a total "cad". It was enjoyable to me for a change of pace. Read full review
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