‘THE EMOTIONAL PRESSURE IS AS EXPLOSIVE AS THE FALLING BOMBS’ DAILY MAIL
September, 1940. When an American war correspondent’s murder is concealed by British authorities, Maisie Dobbs agrees to work alongside an agent of the US Department of Justice to discover the truth.
With German bombs raining down on London, Maisie is torn between the demands of solving this dangerous case and the need to protect a young evacuee. The stakes are raised when she faces the possibility of losing her dearest friend – and that she might be falling in love again.