Pardonable Lies by Jacqueline Winspear

May 26, 2009 at 12:18 pm Leave a comment

I just really enjoy Maisie Dobbs. This novel moved her story along (so much that now I can’t wait to read the next) and also provided another intriguing glimpse into the 1930s and aftermath of World War Two.

In this episode she is asked to confirm the death of Ralph Lawton, which neccitates a trip to France, where Maisie hasn’t been since the dark days of the war. Upon hearing of her latest job, her friend Priscilla asks her to inquire after her brother Peter, who’s mysterious death has haunted her.

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