MESSENGER OF TRUTH
The independent Maisie Dobbs continues to carve out a life for herself in 1931 London. Her detective work gives her great satisfaction, and Maisie moves easily among the wealthy and working classes as she gathers clues. Winspear paints a vivid portrait of life after the
first World War. The struggles of the working class are compelling and are brought to the forefront as Maisie's assistant, Billy Beale, deals with his young daughter's sudden illness. Maisie is a compelling and socially aware character who acknowledges the hypocrisy of her world.