Past Tense: A Sloan and Crosby Mystery
“Aird’s delicious concoctions are never less than elegant and mischievously sharp.” —The Times (London) DCI Sloan and Constable Crosby are on the case again. A young girl has been murdered, found dead in the river. But what connection does she have to the recently deceased Josephine Short? Following the twisting trail of evidence, Sloan works to uncover the truth behind the life of Josephine Short and uncover the murderer behind a young girl’s death.
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Review: Past Tense (Inspector Sloan #23)User Review - Carole Sarvis - Goodreads
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Review: Past Tense (Inspector Sloan #23)User Review - Rebecca - Goodreads
(I finished this two days ago and can't remember the names of most of the characters, so apologies if I get them wrong!) Joyce Wakefield is surprised to learn that her husband's great aunt not only ... Read full review