A list of Jacqueline Winspear's books is available on JacquelineWinspear.com as of 2015. Winspear is the author of the "Maisie Dobbs" series, which follows Dobbs, a private investigator and psychologist.
Visitors to JacquelineWinspear.com should click Novels to view a full list of the author's work. The page includes a short description of each book. The Read More link by each book provides more information and a link to buy that book.
Winspear's first book is "Maisie Dobbs," which was released in 2003. It provides background on the character's life as she works as a servant and plans to get an education. While her employer supports her ambitions, World War I interrupts her plans, and she becomes a nurse overseas.
The rest of the book takes place in 1929. After Dobbs completes an apprenticeship with a Scotland Yard investigator, she starts a private investigation business. Her first case appears to be about a possible infidelity, but she's soon following a killer. The book won the Agatha Award for best first novel and the New York Times notable book of the year award. Publisher's Weekly named it one of the best mysteries of the year, and it received an Edgar Award nomination for best novel of the year. Winspear has released several books in the series, and several have received other Agatha Awards and nominations.