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Birds of a Feather
Wealthy businessman Joseph Waite hires British private investigator Maisie Dobbs to find his missing daughter, Charlotte. Maisie and her assistant, Billy, soon discover that two of Charlotte's old friends have been murdered. When they find that a third friend is believed to have committed suicide, Maisie and Billy are convinced that Charlotte is in danger. In order to find Charlotte and identify the killer, Maisie must draw on her own training in ps...
Soho, 2003, 24.00, 294 pp. ISBN: 1569473307 At thirteen was employed as a maid to suffragette Lady Rowan Compton. The aristocrat found her new employee to be intelligent and mentors the lass. During the war to end all wars, Maisie served as a nurse on an all-female ambulance corps in France. By 1929, Maisie opens up a private investigative firm. A client hires Maisie in what looks like a simple philandering spouse case, but instead the adu...
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