The Mapping of Love and Death

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Allison & Busby, Mar 1, 2012 - Detective and mystery stories - 416 pages
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In this latest installment in the "New York Times"-bestselling series, Maisie Dobbs must unravel a case of wartime love and death--an investigation that leads her to a doomed affair between a young cartographer and a mysterious nurse.

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User Review  - jamespurcell - LibraryThing

The author aptly finesses another WW1 mystery into her compelling seines about England between the Wars. The continuing cast evolves and becomes even more interesting when portrayed against the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pmaurer - LibraryThing

Another tale of Maisie investigating the death of an American soldier. The soldier had enlisted as a map-maker with the British services. His body had been discovered recently, and the family asks Maisie to find the woman he had been involved with. Enjoyable as usual. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Jacqueline Winspear was born in the county of Kent, England. She was educated at the University of London's Institute of Education. After graduation, she worked in academic publishing, in higher education, and in marketing communications in the UK. In 1990, she emigrated to the United States. She was working in business and as a personal/professional coach when she decided to try writing. Her first novel, Maisie Dobbs, won the Agatha Award for Best First novel, the Macavity Award for Best First Novel, and the Alex Award. She is the author of the Maisie Dobbs Mystery series. She has also won the Agatha Award for Best Novel, the inaugural Sue Feder/Macavity Award for Best Historical Mystery, and the Bruce Alexander Award for Best Historical Mystery. Her title, A Dangerous Place, made The New York Times High Profile titles list.

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