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The Innocent Spy (Ted Stratton Series #1)

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  • Posted January 12, 2011

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    The latest Stratton WWII British police procedural is an entreating whodunit

    In 1944 London, the war that has no end has taken its mental toll on the stiff upper lipped British. In that environment, Scotland Yard Detective Inspector Ted Stratton struggles with his morale as he conducts investigations into hideous crimes.

    When the corpse of Dr. Reynolds of Middlesex Hospital is found with head traumas, the initial assumption is falling debris caused a misfortunate accident. However DI Stratton nonetheless digs a bit deeper to rule out a clever homicide. He soon learns Reynolds chased after the nurses at his hospital and allegedly failed to provide proper care to patients who died from his seemingly neglect. Stratton begins to believe a killer works at the hospital, but who he or she is remains just out of reach. Meanwhile Dr. James Dacre continues to pose as a physician though never trained.

    The latest Stratton WWII British police procedural is an entreating whodunit as the fog of war even in the home-front makes the case that much more complicated. Stratton is fabulous as he os depressed about the endless fighting but diligent about his job. Although the climax seems improbable, fans will enjoy Laura Wilson's exciting historical mystery.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 13, 2013

    I'm plowing my way through it.

    None of the characters are interesting enough to carry the story. I will finish the book only to get to the final solution. Sorry, but I deleted the other Stratton books from my wish list. I only wish to finish this one!

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