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  • Not sure. It has 2 covers with different titles.

    Very good story and well written. I would certainly read more books in the series.

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  • Rip Roaring Tale

    Love the speed that the detective adventure goes on whilst adding in gorgeous period clothing details and doses of reality with regards to war, inhumanity and the ability of the spirit to survive. Having a female protagonist made me relate to the way the detective thought and inspired me with her gusto and bravery.

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  • new heroine

    A new series from another 'aussie' crime writer, set in Sydney in 1946. A journalist turned private investigator takes up a case of a missing migrant and a new heroine of typical Australian panache emerges. Previously published as 'Dead Man's Switch', The War Widow is the first of Billie Walker mysteries and further adventures beckon. A great protagonist and well written romp, 4 stars.

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  • The story had too much description, long-winded.

    The story was too long-winded for me - too much description. I stopped reading after the first four chapters because I got tired of reading all the extra text and then read the finishing pages, which really gave me most of the story. I don't think I shall read any more Tara Moss books again.

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  • War Widow

    I was motivated to read this, my first Tara Moss book, by learning of her Dutch grandparents and the references to WWII. Being a young child in The Netherlands during the Nazi occupation an early stand-out memory is of Canadian troops liberating our city of Utrecht. Like Tara’s family mine also left their country, for Australia in our case. It took me a while to really get into War Widow but as the tempo and excitement built found it hard to put down. I loved the historic references both European and Australian. Thank you Tara.

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