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A Glennon Normal School Historical Mystery Book 3 September 1918. Although the world is at war, Delia Markham is adjusting to her job as a typewriting teacher at the Glennon Normal School in the fall term of 1918. Her new life revolves around teaching future teachers. It isn’t an easy transition from her former assignment as Yeoman (F) in the U. S. Naval Reserve. When a A Glennon Normal School Historical Mystery Book 3 September 1918. Although the world is at war, Delia Markham is adjusting to her job as a typewriting teacher at the Glennon Normal School in the fall term of 1918. Her new life revolves around teaching future teachers. It isn’t an easy transition from her former assignment as Yeoman (F) in the U. S. Naval Reserve. When a murder may involve the staff and students of Glennon Normal School, Delia is drawn into the investigation. In her search for the elusive details that would explain the murder, suspicions lead her to doubt the results. At the same time, she is tasked with learning more about her new employer, the man who left the war under suspicious circumstances. Wesley Glennon, with the help of his manservant Otis, continues to search for the man that shot them. However, problems closer to home arise reminding him of the importance of his familial responsibilities.


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A Glennon Normal School Historical Mystery Book 3 September 1918. Although the world is at war, Delia Markham is adjusting to her job as a typewriting teacher at the Glennon Normal School in the fall term of 1918. Her new life revolves around teaching future teachers. It isn’t an easy transition from her former assignment as Yeoman (F) in the U. S. Naval Reserve. When a A Glennon Normal School Historical Mystery Book 3 September 1918. Although the world is at war, Delia Markham is adjusting to her job as a typewriting teacher at the Glennon Normal School in the fall term of 1918. Her new life revolves around teaching future teachers. It isn’t an easy transition from her former assignment as Yeoman (F) in the U. S. Naval Reserve. When a murder may involve the staff and students of Glennon Normal School, Delia is drawn into the investigation. In her search for the elusive details that would explain the murder, suspicions lead her to doubt the results. At the same time, she is tasked with learning more about her new employer, the man who left the war under suspicious circumstances. Wesley Glennon, with the help of his manservant Otis, continues to search for the man that shot them. However, problems closer to home arise reminding him of the importance of his familial responsibilities.

30 review for Subject to Suspicion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    'September 1918. Although the world is at war, Delia Markham is adjusting to her job as a typewriting teacher at the Glennon Normal School in the fall term of 1918. Her new life revolves around teaching future teachers. It isn’t an easy transition from her former assignment as Yeoman (F) in the U. S. Naval Reserve. When a murder may involve the staff and students of Glennon Normal School, Delia is drawn into the investigation. In her search for the elusive details that would explain the murder, s 'September 1918. Although the world is at war, Delia Markham is adjusting to her job as a typewriting teacher at the Glennon Normal School in the fall term of 1918. Her new life revolves around teaching future teachers. It isn’t an easy transition from her former assignment as Yeoman (F) in the U. S. Naval Reserve. When a murder may involve the staff and students of Glennon Normal School, Delia is drawn into the investigation. In her search for the elusive details that would explain the murder, suspicions lead her to doubt the results. At the same time, she is tasked with learning more about her new employer, the man who left the war under suspicious circumstances. Wesley Glennon, with the help of his manservant Otis, continues to search for the man that shot them. However, problems closer to home arise reminding him of the importance of his familial responsibilities.' ___________________________________ 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4 stars. Subject to Suspicion is the third book in A Glennon Normal Historical Mystery series by R. A. Wallace. I seems to me that each book in ther series gets a tad longer and improves a bit from the previous book. This book aso has another lovely cover. There was some actualy danger in this book that our main character was involved in. I'm glad she was because with the number of murders she has been looking into and asking questions it made it more believable that she would encounter some danger along the way. A little bit more of the mystery of Delia's service with the admiral and the details surrounding Wes' shooting have been chipped away and the picture becomes a little clearer. I'm assuming that we won't know the full details until the series is concluded so I'm not disappointed by the breadcrumbs of clues anymore. This book has been my favorite in the series thus far because this mystery seems to have the most depth to it that we have seen thus far and it has been the most intruiging. Now onto the next in the series. _____ I read this book with my Kindle Unlimited membership.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tera Leigh

    One of the best series I’ve come across in a long time ... I’m not sure why, but I was hesitant to start this series. In truth, the description does not match the quality and depth of the story. The heroine is a retired yeoman from the Navy amid World War I. She was the private secretary of an admiral, but he required that she do a bit of spying on the side. She was seriously injured as a result of her side activities and was forced to retire. She moves on to be a typing teacher at a school, and One of the best series I’ve come across in a long time ... I’m not sure why, but I was hesitant to start this series. In truth, the description does not match the quality and depth of the story. The heroine is a retired yeoman from the Navy amid World War I. She was the private secretary of an admiral, but he required that she do a bit of spying on the side. She was seriously injured as a result of her side activities and was forced to retire. She moves on to be a typing teacher at a school, and it is in this world that the stories take place. As a result, she has a bit more training than most people expect, and with her intelligence, she makes a formidable detective. For once, the chief of police is not an ignorant fool, as you often find in such detective stories. The backdrop of the war, and the draft, and dealing with men and women coming of age during that time, it’s fascinating. While the character is older, she has a lot of respect for and from the younger people because of her experience in the war. In addition, although there is tension between the heroine and a male character, She does not immediately jump into a relationship with them. I appreciate the slow burn and question as to whether or not they are going to get together. I anxiously look forward to the next book in the series!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I am not sure about the series Delia has her good points, but she doesn't seem fully developed imo. I like the historical info the author includes although at times it seems irrelevant. Also, I would prefer that the books be more stand alone and the murders are not that interesting. All that being said, I do like aspects of the books in the series and plan to read the next one. I am not sure about the series Delia has her good points, but she doesn't seem fully developed imo. I like the historical info the author includes although at times it seems irrelevant. Also, I would prefer that the books be more stand alone and the murders are not that interesting. All that being said, I do like aspects of the books in the series and plan to read the next one.

  4. 4 out of 5

    linda brimmer

    Riveting Reading A safe and weren't school does not preclude Yoeman Delia from insinuating herself into the murder of a local young man on the verge of shipping over to join the war in France. You will be amazed by the ending of the daring of the young yeoman Riveting Reading A safe and weren't school does not preclude Yoeman Delia from insinuating herself into the murder of a local young man on the verge of shipping over to join the war in France. You will be amazed by the ending of the daring of the young yeoman

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nina Jones

    Book 3 Suspicion. Great read . The saga continues. Could the main characters be looking for the same person????? On to the next book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Judithellison

  7. 4 out of 5

    pam foster

  8. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Bertaux

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    Sally Grossman

  10. 5 out of 5

    John A.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sydney K Dornbush

  12. 4 out of 5

    Joan K. McClure

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

  14. 5 out of 5

    Julia

  15. 4 out of 5

    Imelda

  16. 5 out of 5

    Becky

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Cynthia

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    Roberta Kennedy

  20. 5 out of 5

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    Bonnie L Bradley

  23. 4 out of 5

    nancy paragamian

  24. 4 out of 5

    Julia

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cathy H. stewart

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chris Collier-Roberts

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jean Davenport

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jessie Hamiton

  30. 5 out of 5

    helen de marco

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