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Soho Crime | Jul 01, 2003 | 294 Pages | 5-3/4 x 8-1/2 | ISBN 9781569477229

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    Soho Crime | Jul 01, 2003 | 294 Pages | 5-3/4 x 8-1/2 | ISBN 9781569477229

Praise

Praise for Maisie Dobbs

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year
Agatha Award Winner for Best First Novel
Macavity Award Winner for Best First Novel
Alex Award Winner


“Compelling…powerful. [Maisie Dobbs] testifies to the enduring allure of the traditional mystery…even though I knew what was coming this second time ’round, its final scene is still a punch in the gut.”
—Maureen Corrigan for NPR’s Fresh Air, speaking on the 10th Anniversary edition of Maisie Dobbs

“[A] deft debut novel . . . Romantic readers sensing a story-within-a-story won’t be disappointed. But first they must be prepared to be astonished at the sensitivity and wisdom with which Maisie resolves her first professional assignment.”
The New York Times

“The reader familiar with Alexander McCall Smith’s The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency . . . might think of Maisie Dobbs as its British counterpart . . . [Winspear] has created a winning character about whom readers will want to read more.”
The Associated Press

“[Maisie Dobbs] catches the sorrow of a lost generation in the character of one exceptional woman.”
Chicago Tribune

“A fine new sleuth for the twenty-first century. Simultaneously self-reliant and vulnerable, Maisie isn’t a character I’ll easily forget.”
—Elizabeth George, #1 New York Times Bestselling author of the Inspector Lynley series

“The book is much more than a cosy mystery—it is also about women’s growing emancipation and the profound changes to society after the First World War.”
Mail on Sunday

“A delightful mix of mystery, war story and romance set in WWI–era England . . . A refreshing heroine, appealing secondary characters and an absorbing plot [make Winspear a] writer to watch.”
Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
 
“A poignant and compelling story . . . [Winspear handles] human drama with compassionate sensitivity while skillfully avoiding cloying sentimentality. At the end, the reader is left yearning for more. Highly recommended.”
Library Journal, Starred Review

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