Is the past always present?
When 8 year old Jack Taylor mischievously steps into the Rolls Royce he is unaware of the repercussions this simple prank will have on himself and on those around him. As a bitter feud develops with an upper class rival, his family are driven to the brink of poverty and he and his brother are forced to confront dangers they could never have imagined. With the shadow of the Great War looming over the village of Hambridge and events threatening to overwhelm Jack and his family, can he protect the people he loves?
An epic story of love, friendship, rivalry and betrayal. After a childhood accident, two boys become embroiled in a feud which threatens to engulf them and their families as secrets are revealed and lies are exposed in the turmoil of the First World War.
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Michael Dunderdale lives in Lancashire with his patient wife and their energetic Irish Setter. In his twenties he went to university, lived in Canada for several months and crossed the Atlantic Ocean on a square-rigged sailing ship. In his thirties he became a primary school teacher and taught in Somerset, China and Belgium. In his forties he got married and became an engineer and then an author. He hasn’t reached his fifties yet…