Murder on the Western Front

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A real-life Hell - the Western Front, 1915. Death is everywhere. In the confusion of combat, young American volunteer nurse Agnes Frocester witnesses something utterly unexpected... a murder.
While an innocent man faces the firing squad, Agnes's investigations take her into the bohemian heart of Paris and across the battlefields of Europe - into the most deadly places on earth. More
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About Evelyn Weiss

I live twice.
Once, here in 2017, where I've written a novel about a very modern girl. Who happens to work in the oldest profession. A girl who has to find a killer - before she's imprisoned for murder.
But I also live over 100 years ago. I inhabit the Golden Age of 1912-1914. The age of the Titanic. An age of elegance - and scandal.
Secrets and spies, hidden violence and terror. The last glorious sunset glow before World War One - when, as Sir Edward Grey put it "The lamps are going out all over Europe. We shall not see them lit again, in our lifetime."
Follow me into the darkness.

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Adam Morris reviewed on on March 7, 2018

Finally got round to reading this new book by Weiss. What an original premise for a murder mystery! The writing is flowing, the action is non-stop and the mystery builds all the time until the very last pages. As with the other books, the ending is a genuine startling surprise. The book also appears incredibly thoroughly researched, but the period details are cleverly used to add to the atmosphere and action, they never get in the way of the fast-moving plot. This book defines the phrase 'page-turner'.
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Andre' Mwansa reviewed on on Jan. 9, 2018

Great read. One of those that keep you up all night.

The problem is that there's a lot of characters to keep up with. But it just goes right with the setting and everything.

Reads real like an experience, I wouldn't be surprised if the author is a nurse or something.

And it would surely make a great movie, I think you're my favourite female writer at Smashwords, thanks for the free awesome read.
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Sebastian Mourne reviewed on on Dec. 19, 2017

An electrifying read. The follow-up to 'Murder On The Titanic' has just as many twists and surprises, but with even more fast-paced action. So much research must have gone into this book - every tiny detail feels right. The familiar images of World War I literally come alive on the page.
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