Monday, September 26, 2011

Pierce’s Pick: A Bespoke Murder by Edward Marston

This week, J. Kingston Pierce chooses A Bespoke Murder by Edward Marston.
“It’s the early days of World War I, and Britain is already plagued by anti-German violence. So the death of an immigrant tailor and the rape of his daughter are chalked up to more of the same -- until Detective Inspector Harvey Marmion finds inconsistencies that lead him to look more closely into these crimes.”
Looking for previous Pierce’s Picks? Twelve months of them are here.


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