Ireland 1921 is a place of suspicion and treachery as civil war rages. A shell-shocked soldier, traumatised by the Great War, receives a chilling reception from an aristocratic family, investigating their daughter’s and his former fiancé’s death, a ghostly presence haunting his every move. This beautifully written, old-fashioned and engrossing story will remain long in the memory.
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