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Ian Rutledge, Britain's most haunted detective, is back in another dark and gripping saga linked to the grief of World War I. Charles Todd's latest book is launched when a dying man walks into Rutledge's office at Scotland Yard and confesses to killing his cousin during the war.
Three murders in a small Sussex village in England are linked by the fact that the victims were all former soldiers in World War I, all were garroted and in the mouth of each was a small identification disk.