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    Legacy of the Dead

    I've enjoyed all of Charles Todd's Inspector Ian Rutledge books, but this is one of the best; I don't know why I hadn't read it before. If you haven't met him before, Rutledge is a WW I veteran whose PTSD takes the form of continuing dialog, within his head, with Sgt Hamish MacCleod, who Major Rutledge had reluctantly ordered shot for refusing a futile order in the battle of the Somme. As always, the plot interweaves multiple mysteries caused in one way or another by the Great War, The circumstances in this early member (#4?, set in 1919 mostly in Scotland) of the series make his struggles with Hamish excruciatingly intense for both of them. Well drawn characters, ethical problems with no easy answers, and a shocking conclusion.
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    Typical Rutledge the tormented hero

    Detective story with a difference. These earlier tales a little bit darker than the later books. Recommend reading the entire series if you can find them
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    Incomplete but interesting

    It kept me guessing and although every tiny detail wasn't tied up, the major mystery was resolved and it was an interesting book. You cannot help but care about the main character because he has concern for others and is trying to do save an innocent woman.
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