Posted by siewfun | Posted in Review | Posted on 23-03-2012
Tags: pantheon, Sam Bourne
James Zennor, an Oxford don traumatised by his experiences in the Spanish cicil war, returns from an early morning row on the Thames River in the summer of 1940 to find his beautiful wife, Florence, and young son, Harry, have disappeared. He learns that they have fled to America when it looked likely that the Germans would invade Britain. He follows them and uncover a pro-Nazi plot led by the dean of Yale himself.
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