A FINE SUMMER'S DAY, by Charles Todd
There, a man apparently killed himself. But there are similarities to the Yorkshire murder. His supervisor, looking for the easy solution, refuses to let Rutledge investigate further. Balancing his fiancee's demands with the demands of the Yard give him little time to reflect on the looming conflict. But he does unearth a bizarre history, and links the victims. The writing of this mother-son team is, after thirty-odd books, flawless. There wasn't even a typo! I thought the ending was a bit too contrived, but overall a marvelous book in a marvelous series. This one's a 4, and the ending may surprise you.
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