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A Divided Loyalty Scotland Yard Detective Ian Rutledge Is Assigned One Of The Most Baffling Investigations Of His Career A Cold Murder Case With An Unidentified Victim And A Cold Trail With Few Clues To FollowChief Inspector Brian Leslie, A Respected Colleague Of Ian Rutledge S, Is Sent To Avebury, A Village Set Inside A Great Prehistoric Stone Circle Not Far From Stonehenge A Young Woman Has Been Murdered Next To A Mysterious, Hooded, Figure Like Stone, But No One Recognizes Her Or Admits To It And How Did She Get There Despite A Thorough Investigation, It Appears That Her Killer Has Simply VanishedRutledge, Returning From The Conclusion Of A Case Involving Another Apparently Unknown Woman, Is Asked To Take A Second Look At Leslie S Inquiry, To See If He Can Identify This Victim But Rutledge Is Convinced Chief Superintendent Jameson Only Hopes To Tarnish His Earlier Success Once He Also FailsWhere To Begin He Too Finds Very Little To Go On In Avebury, Slowly Widening His Search Beyond The Village Only To Discover That Unlikely Possibly Even Unreliable Clues Are Pointing Him Toward An Impossible Solution, One That Will Draw The Wrath Of The Yard Down On Him, And Very Likely See Him Dismissed If He Pursues It But What About The Victim What Does He Owe This Tragic Woman Where Must His Loyalty Lie


About the Author: Charles Todd

Charles Todd is the pen name used by the mother and son writing team, Caroline Todd and Charles Todd Together they write the Ian Rutledge and Bess Crawford Series They have published two standalone mystery novels and many short stories.



10 thoughts on “A Divided Loyalty

  1. says:

    I am delighted to see that Charles Todd the writing duo is back in a great style I have been a fan of the Rutledge series for many years now, and in my opinion Book 22 is one of the best in it It is 1921 and Ian Rutledge is tasked with finding a murderer of a woman whose body is found in a stone circle in Avebury, ancient though not that famous as Stonehenge The investigation w


  2. says:

    3.5 Another long running series of mine, this one historical A slower paced book, since it s set shortly after WWI, and all detective work needs to be done by interviewing and traveling place to place Ian Rutledge is the main character, a detective who carries with him, quite literally, the effects of the war As with many long running series, some have been better than others In this


  3. says:

    It has been a pleasure to be back in the capable hands of the mother son duo who comprise Charles Todd I have been away too long At this point in Inspector Ian Rutledge s story it has been some three years or so since the end of the war and his return to Scotland Yard Those years have not been easy as he continues to live with the side effects of the shell shock he suffered during trench war


  4. says:

    The mother and son writing team outdid themselves on this occasion I was truly creeped out by the description of the barrow and even lost sleep over it This series has been consistently good, however, I think this volume might be my favorite It held me enthralled until the final word Here are my favorite passages He sat down in the nearest chair starring at memory This resonated with me as someone


  5. says:

    It s 3.5 stars but I can t round it up because of all the repeated and repeated redundancies re Ian s war experience, past regretted deeds and all the other WWI voices heard holdovers You got that for the first 7 or 8 books in this series and by making such a flashback prequel it encompasses just too much repetition to me The cases were well done, but there is so much travel and inquiry here too that it j


  6. says:

    I won this novel from a giveaway on GoodReads and was asked for an honest review This is my first read by authors Charles Todd This novel is also 22 in the series, Inspector Ian Rutledge Even though this novel is 22 in the series, the authors did an excellent job in not letting the reader feel lost with the characters and if I didn t know any better this novel could easily be a stand alone novel The story is set


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Year 1921 after the War.Scotland Yards detective Ian Rutledge was assigned to a cold murder case with few clues.When letters were found in a secret place, Chief Inspector Brian Leslie was baffled Someone had forged his signature and handwriting He was protecting his wife, but in the long run the blame was on him.I want to thank Harper C


  8. says:

    Series Inspector Ian Rutledge 22Publication Date 2 4 2020Number of Pages 336Betrayal, shock, dismay, regret, and sadness are all felt by Ian Rutledge as he solves his latest case As always, the story is well written and excellently plotted with twists and turns throughout While this is the twenty second book in the series, it can easily be read as a standalone but since it is a great series, I m sure you ll want to run right


  9. says:

    Long anticipated Inspector Rutledge novelThis new installment in the Inspector Rutledge series was intense and dark in mood Ian Rutledge is still struggling with his own demons following the first world war He is also not a favorite at Scotland Yard due to circumstances out of his control from his previous investigation His superior sends him to investigate the death of a young woman, while a colleague is sent to investigate a simil


  10. says:

    Excellent is an understatement I have followed Ian Rutledge since book one and have loved all the stories of cases he has solved This is byfar the best of them all Ian Rutledge the main character is like a dog with a bone, he doesn t stop until he has all the answers to solve his case no matter the cost I don t know how two people can weave a tale the way Charles Todd does but it is a work of genius If you have never read any of their many


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