Weep Not For The Past, by Paul Alan Fahey

suze_1624's review

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A short, well paced mystery with a bit of a twist at the end. 3.5*
Whilst this follows swiftly on from Bomber's Moon, it wasn't based so much on WW11 - more of old fashioned English village life. Our spy troupe is more investigating relationship problems than spies and espionage.
Whilst I preferred Bomber's Moon, this one definitely grew on me as the story wound on - much more of a 'cozy' theme. A Manx Tale is next - home ground!

the_novel_approach's review

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Paul Alan Fahey has penned a short scene sliced from the whole cloth of the Bomber’s Moon series, with the very genteel English feel of a PBS Masterpiece Mystery, a diverting little story with a bit of amateur sleuthing which shows that even while there was indeed a war going on, life could continue to throw about its share of twists and turns amidst the effort to hold on to some semblance of normalcy and to keep the home fires burning.

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