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A divided loyalty : an Inspector Ian Rutledge mystery / Charles Todd.

Todd, Charles, (author.).

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Ansonia Public Library MYS TODD, CHARLES (Text to phone) 34045120736140 Adult Mystery Available -
Bethel Public Library MYSTERY TODD (Ian Rutledge 22) (Text to phone) 34030145609126 Adult Mystery Available -
Booth & Dimock Library - Coventry A M TOD (Text to phone) 33260000414004 Adult Mystery Available -
Brookfield Library F/TODD (Text to phone) 34029146004121 Adult New Fiction Available -
C.H. Booth Library - Newtown MYS TOD (Text to phone) 34014145313574 Adult Fiction Available -
 Series: Inspector Ian Rutledge, 22
Derby Neck Library MYS TOD (Text to phone) 34046146022051 Adult Mystery Available -
Derby Public Library FIC TOD (Text to phone) 34047143518190 Adult Fiction Available -
Douglas Library - North Canaan M TOD (Text to phone) 33490002540742 Adult New Mystery Available -
Douglas Library of Hebron FIC TOD (Text to phone) 33400147142122 Adult Mystery Suspense Available -
Easton Public Library MYS TODD, CHARLES (Text to phone) 37777123592339 Adult Mystery Available -
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"Inspector Ian Rutledge's 22nd case revolves around two young women found dead in utterly unexpected places. Scheduled to give evidence in an ongoing investigation, Rutledge can't go to the village of Avebury--where a body has been found stabbed to death in the center of a circle of prehistoric stones--in the place of Chief Inspector Brian Leslie when Rutledge's nemesis, Chief Superintendent Markham, sends Leslie there when he'd been looking forward to a couple of days off. Instead, Rutledge ends up going to the Shropshire village of Tern Bridge, where a woman eventually identified as Bath schoolmistress Serena Palmer has been stabbed and tossed into a grave dug the day before for someone else."
"Chief 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 vanished. Rutledge, 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 fails. Where 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?" --
Subject: Rutledge, Ian (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Murder > Investigation > Fiction.
Women > Crimes against > Fiction.
Police > England > Fiction.
Stone circles > England > Fiction.
Scotland > Fiction.
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Historical fiction.
Historical fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.

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