Elegy For Eddie
genre: mystery, cozy
series: A Maisie Dobbs Novel, #9
I received a 'uncorrected proof' from Goodreads. The book was free, the review is my own opinion.
Elegy for Eddie, occurs in 1933. Private Investigator Maisie Dobbs is asked to investigate the death of Eddie Pettit. A gentle yet slow man. Once she starts she finds a tangled web involving powerful people and friends she loves. She even questions the involvement of the man she loves. Set during Hitler's rise to power, issues of the day are woven throughout the book.
It was OK, well written, just not my cup of tea. Probably won't read another one.