April 1933. Eddie Pettit was a gentle soul with a near-magical gift for working with horses. When Eddie is killed in a violent accident, there is skepticism about the cause of death. Who would want to kill Eddie, and why? Maisie Dobbs is determined to offer her help. As Maisie uncovers lies and manipulation on a national scale, she must decide whether to risk it all to see justice done.
With a London affected by the march to another war and an innocent victim caught in the crossfire, Elegy for Eddie is Jacqueline Winspear's most poignant and powerful novel yet.