The First World War stays with Inspector Ian Rutledge, who returns to take up his profession at Scotland Yard with a constant "companion"--the ghost ...Show synopsisThe First World War stays with Inspector Ian Rutledge, who returns to take up his profession at Scotland Yard with a constant "companion"--the ghost of Hamish MacLeod, the young Scot whom he unwillingly executed on the battlefield. Rutledge's next case involves MacLeod's grieving fiancee, who is accused of a callous murder.Hide synopsis
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I just finished this book...while I enjoyed reading a story written about another land (Scotland) in another time, and the main character is rather likeable (especially since he's got an oft-ill-mannered voice in his head that steers his thoughts/comments), as well as the "victim" in the story...she pulls at the heartstrings a bit! ...the book was slow moving, especially at first. I'm one to always finish a book once I start and I felt like it didn't matter either way if I finished this one or not...I guess I just kept hoping it would get better??? Although the storyline was good...and I didn't guess the ending, which I often do in mysteries...so that was a bonus!
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