Posted By trish on September 27, 2015
About A Fine Summer’s Day
• Paperback: 384 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (September 29, 2015)
On a fine summer’s day in June 1914, Ian Rutledge is planning to propose to a woman he deeply loves, despite hints from his family and friends that she may not be the most suitable choice for a policeman’s wife. To the north, another man in love—a Scottish Highlander named Hamish MacLeod—asks his own sweetheart to marry him.
Back in England, a son grieves for his mother, dredging up a dark injustice that will trigger a series of murders that Rutledge must solve. The victims are all upstanding and well-liked. The local police have their suspicions about the culprits and are less than cooperative with the London detective.
As clouds of war gather on the horizon, Rutledge digs deeper, finding similarities and patterns between the murders. With every moment at stake, he sets out to right a terrible wrong—an odyssey that will eventually force him to choose between the Yard and his country, between love and duty, and between honor and truth.
About Charles Todd
Charles Todd is the author of the Inspector Ian Rutledge mysteries, the Bess Crawford mysteries, and two stand-alone novels. A mother and son writing team, they live in Delaware and North Carolina.
Charles’ Tour Stops
Tuesday, September 29th: A Chick Who Reads
Tuesday, September 29th: Worth Getting in Bed For
Wednesday, September 30th: Back Porchervations
Wednesday, September 30th: A Bookish Way of Life
Thursday, October 1st: Luxury Reading
Friday, October 2nd: Dwell in Possibility
Monday, October 5th: I Wish I Lived in a Library
Wednesday, October 7th: Lavish Bookshelf
Thursday, October 8th: Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews
Friday, October 9th: Laura’s Reviews
Monday, October 12th: Reading to Distraction
Wednesday, October 14th: FictionZeal
Thursday, October 15th: Fuelled by Fiction