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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A determined psychologist and private investigator looks into the death of Eddie, a gentle man who seemed to have no enemies, certainly not among the horses he charmed.Education and inheritance have raised Maisie Dobbs (A Lesson in Secrets, 2011, etc.) to loftier heights in the hidebound British class system of the 1930s. But she can never forget the poor neighborhood in which she was raised. So ... Read full review

Review: Elegy for Eddie: A Maisie Dobbs Novel

Editorial Review - - Norah Piehl

ELEGY FOR EDDIE is the ninth Jacqueline Winspear novel starring Maisie Dobbs, and in many ways is the most mature and perceptive entry in the series thus far. In the previous installment, A LESSON IN SECRETS, Winspear seemed to start to turn Maisie's attention and, consequently, the trajectory of the series away from the Great War of the past and toward the uncertainties, conflicts and tragedies ... Read full review

Elegy for Eddie: A Maisie Dobbs Novel

User Review  - Susan O. Moritz - Book Verdict

Street justice is its own judge, jury, and executioner in Winspear's ninth Maisie Dobbs mystery (after A Lesson in Secrets). In 1933 London, a British psychologist/investigator is asked by old friends ... Read full review

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