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The Mapping of Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear is fiction, thriller, detective, suspense and adventure novel in which Maisie Dobbs is appointed to trace out the Michael Clifton. Jacqueline Winspear is the author of this classic novel. She is the author of many famous mystery novels and won the awards in her writing as well. Michael Clifton purchased the land and he is busy in mapping his land in August 1914. His land located in the beautiful city of California’s valley Santa Ynez. The things are going wrong on the borders and the war is just declared in Europe. His father belongs to England and he bounds to serve the nation of his father by giving himself in front of bullets.
Now the young soldier and cartographer are sailing towards England to join the British Army. He went from here and now there is no clue where he ends up. After three years he is drawn into the list of missing persons. An investigator Maisie is hired to find out what exactly happened. She got the love letters at the start of investigation on the behalf of a nurse. The agent did not know her name and later on, she discovered Michael was murder in his own dugout. She got the threats of life for the Michael family and for her own if she investigates if further.
Details AboutThe Mapping of Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear PDF
- Name: The Mapping of Love and Death
- Authors: Jacqueline Winspear
- Publish Date: February 22, 2011
- Language: English
- Genre: Mystery, Thrill, Suspense
- Format: PDF
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 368
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0061727687
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