Fulfilling a pledge made before the Battle of the Somme, five officers meet in Paris only to be stalked by a murderous driver, pushing them off the roads, one by one.
Author: Charles Todd
World War I battlefield nurse Bess Crawford goes to dangerous lengths to investigate a wounded soldier’s background—and uncover his true loyalties.
An apparent act of mercy repaid by an arrest for murder with four young women accused of the crime. A favor at the Home Office and Scotland Yard is called in.
Charles Todd, A Fine Summer’s Day
Tragedy still stirs emotions in Cranbourne despite the ruling of accident. Now suspicion and rumor begins to swirl around the village with hostility aimed at the Ashtons; Bess will risk her own life to find the truth.
It’s a question of the letter or the spirit of the law as Inspector Ian Rutledge investigates a string of unrelated murders that began with a wedding.
World War I battlefield nurse Bess Crawford’s career is in jeopardy when a murder is committed on her watch.
An horrific truth, a murder kept secret, from Bess Crawford’s life in India. Lying, damning facts that reveal a brutal reality that could have been her own fate.
A victim run down and left. His past providing a link Inspector Ian Rutledge can’t ignore, that pits him against the new Acting Chief Superintendent.
It’s 1914 and Lady Elspeth Douglas’s life is thrown into chaos. Torn between two men – one to whom she’s promised – she is determined to do her part for the war.