This third volume of Perry's World War I series begins in the trenches, where in March of 1916, Protestant chaplain Joseph Reavley is wounded. With a broken arm and shattered leg, he is sent back to Cambridge. During his recuperation period at the Reavley family home, he is thrust into investigating a murder case that places national security in peril. Unabridged. 10 CDs.
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by Anne Perry
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