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In the London of 1933, the apparently random drowning of a lowly Indian immigrant would certainly not automatically become a matter of top police priority. For Usha Pramal's brother, the circumstances of her death are, of course, a matter of urgent concern. When he takes his suspicions to private detective Maisie Dobbs, she begins an inquiry that suddenly escalates in importance after another Indian woman is found murdered. Leaving Everything Most Loved is not only a fascinating whodunit enhanced by realistic period atmosphere; it brings Maisie to a turning-point decision about her life. Editor's recommendation.