The Enemy in Our Midst by John E. Conley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Can events and secrets from the past cause problems in the future - the men from a surviving regiment in 1916 meet up again at their Colonel's manor house in 1928. But murder comes to the house and Lord Charles Stewart investigates with the help of his butler, Bingham.
An enjoyable tale with some likeable characters leading me to read the next in the series
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