Young British Lt. Tom Franklin managed to survive the carnage of World War I, and when he comes home, he decides to visit the the family of his captain who was killed in action. What he finds there appalls him, not the least of which is his captain's widow who is apparently smitten with an unscrupulous American.
The story is all very much in the style of classic English literature that centers on an aristocratic family with more than its fair share of skelletons in the many closets. The best part of this little mystery is the big finish - a very unexpected turn of events that will make you glad you waited for it.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our October, 2007 issue.
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