Review: AN IMPARTIAL WITNESS by Charles Todd

Impressions In Ink recently reviewed An Impartial Witness by Charles Todd for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

Although I liked this book, I did not enjoy it as well as A Duty to the Dead or A Bitter Truth.
I have also decided I like the inspector Ian Rutledge books a bit better. His character is more driven, enticing, and a bit quirky (I like quirkiness.)
Why did I not enjoy this book as well as the others? From the first page of the story it did not sweep me away. The pace or order of events, or maybe the characters just dragged.

Read the full review.

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