Leaving Everything Most Loved

Jacqueline Winspear, Author
Jacqueline Winspear. Harper, $26.99 (352p) ISBN 978-0-06-204960-5
Reviewed on: 01/21/2013
Release date: 03/01/2013
Ebook - 352 pages - 978-0-7490-1359-2
Pre-Recorded Audio Player - 978-0-7927-9694-7
Paperback - 338 pages - 978-0-06-204961-2
Paperback - 455 pages - 978-0-06-225344-6
Book - 978-0-06-224981-4
Ebook - 368 pages - 978-0-06-204962-9
Book - 978-0-06-224982-1
Paperback - 339 pages - 978-0-06-225539-6
Hardcover - 9 pages - 978-1-4712-4529-9
Hardcover - 350 pages - 978-0-7490-1354-7
Hardcover - 1 pages - 978-0-7927-9695-4
Hardcover - 432 pages - 978-1-4712-3977-9
Hardcover - 381 pages - 978-0-7490-1459-9
Hardcover - 1 pages - 978-1-4712-5154-2
Other - 978-0-06-225341-5
Show other formats
FORMATS
Agatha-winner Winspear broadens her heroine’s horizons while offering only routine sleuthing in her solid 10th Maisie Dobbs mystery (after 2012’s Elegy for Eddie). In the summer of 1933, Maisie feels a desire to travel abroad to gain the kind of experience and understanding of other cultures that stood her late mentor, Dr. Maurice Blanche, in such good stead. Meanwhile, Detective Inspector Caldwell of Scotland Yard needs her help on a case. Two months after the discovery of the body of Usha Pramal, an Indian woman serving as governess for an English family, in a Camberwell canal, the trail of the person who shot her dead has gone cold. In her search for answers, Maisie develops a strong empathy for the murder victim, who wished to found a school for underprivileged girls. The tribulations of Maisie’s employees and her ambivalence about a marriage proposal tend to overshadow the detection. Agent: Amy Rennert, Amy Rennert Agency. (Mar.)
The Best Books, Emailed Every Week
Tip Sheet!
MORE BOOKS YOU'D LIKE
X