Our Fathers' Lies, Paperback


There's unfinished business between William Dougal and his widowed father.

Part of it has to do with Celia Prentisse, William's ex-girlfriend.

When her historian father is found drowned, it's declared suicide, but Celia remains unconvinced - not least because his abandoned clothes were found with a bottle of the wrong brand of gin and a slim volume of Schopenhauer's essays.

It's not much evidence, but it's enough to send her godfather, retired British intelligence officer Major Ted Dougal, and his son William off on a trail that leads to a 1930s arsenic poisoning and a still-classified World War I court martial ...




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