Book Review: ‘Dear Little Corpses: A Josephine Tey Mystery’ By Nicola Upson

The year is September 1st, 1939 and England is about to enter the war. That means children are being sent there from other countries to try and save their lives. For Josephine Tey and her lover Marta Fox, they are spending time together in their cottage in a Suffork village. The community is also home to some of these children being sent. And then one of them disappears. This opens up a whole ball of wax as to what happened to the child and is someone in the village responsible. There’s also a different story about the death of a London rent collector and you get engaged while reading to both stories and the twists and turns they each take, leading to the shocking reveals of what has happened. This is the tenth book in the series and my first time reading one and I really enjoyed it. Your emotions will be hit hard and you won’t want to put it down.

You can pick up Dear Little Corpses in stores on Tuesday, August 9th from Crooked Lane.

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