Set during Inspector Rutledge's time in the Great War, Charles Todd's short story introduces a born killer.
It's World War I, and young Glaswegian Dougal Kerr is a new recruit in the British army. Dougal has no family and no past, but his easygoing demeanor belies his cheerless upbringing. There's only one thing that gives Ian Rutledge pause: Dougal is very good at killing, and he doesn't seem to mind it at all - in fact he seems to relish it. In wartime, how does one tell the difference between a remorseless killer and a guid soldier?
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