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An Unmarked Grave (Bess Crawford Series #4)

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I received An Unmarked Grave from a free goodreads giveaway. I


I received An Unmarked Grave from a free goodreads giveaway. I really enjoyed this book. Nurse Bess Crawford discovers the body of an officer that had been murdered and left in a shed among the bodies of Spanish flu victims and war casualties to be buried. The officer ...

I received An Unmarked Grave from a free goodreads giveaway. I really enjoyed this book. Nurse Bess Crawford discovers the body of an officer that had been murdered and left in a shed among the bodies of Spanish flu victims and war casualties to be buried. The officer was a member of her father's regiment and a family friend. Before Bess can notify anyone, she collapses from the flu infection. When Bess finally recovers, she learns that the orderly who brought the murdered officer to her attention had committed suicide. The story follows Bess trying to piece together what really happened to the officer, the orderly and others who have crossed path with the murderer. Between the war going on, the flu epidemic and a murderer on the loose, An Umarked Grave is an exciting mystery.

posted by MsMoni on June 13, 2012

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1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Boring. Read other books in this series, but will not read futur

Boring. Read other books in this series, but will not read future books. The story line is really rather ridiculous. Bess gets in and out of situations that really don't make sense. Too many books out to waste my time. The Ian Rutledge much better reading.

posted by connie37 on June 15, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2014

    Well-written but more a romance for teens

    I appreciated very much that this book had no profanity or four-letter words, and was written in an educated literary, rather than slangy, style. It also provided specifics about how the war and flu affected people at that time. But it was more a romance than a mystery. It seemed like all the men fell in love with the heroine, and too much of the plot relied on coincidences and contrivances to explain the what, why, and how of the mystery.

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  • Posted June 15, 2012

    Boring. Read other books in this series, but will not read futur

    Boring. Read other books in this series, but will not read future books. The story line is really rather ridiculous. Bess gets in and out of situations that really don't make sense. Too many books out to waste my time. The Ian Rutledge much better reading.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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