Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs series goes from strength to strength. The first books took place during WWI while, in this latest entry WWII, has just been declared. Maisie continues to be a fascinating character; she is highly intuitive and compassionate. In this novel, Maisie investigates the deaths of several victims who were refugees from Belgium. Learn what connects them and also read this book for the beginning of Maisie’s relationship with a young war evacuee. I always love catching up with this series’ regulars including Maisies’s father, Frankie; stepmother, Brenda; along with Priscilla, Lady Rowan, Billiy and Sandra. A highly (!) recommended read.