Murder on the Lusitania was a thoroughly enjoyable mystery, full of colorful and interesting characters, many of whom had at least something
to hide. Conrad Allen's
style is quite reminiscent of Agatha Christie's
, and the setting was fairly Agatha-esque as well.
Although it took months
for my local library to get this book for me via interlibrary loan, it was well worth the wait, and I'm looking forward to the second George Porter Dillman & Genevieve Masefield mystery