'Tell me about your father.' Five short, razor-edged words that
rip the world of Harry Jones to pieces. He barely knew his father
Johnnie and hated what little he did know, yet no man is able to
escape the shadows of the past. Harry has already lost almost
everything - his seat in parliament, his reputation, his fortune.
There is little left apart from his love for the headstrong
Jemma, and now he must risk losing her and even his own life to
uncover the truth about his dead father. What starts as a gentle
enquiry uncovers a trail of murder and guilt-ridden love that
dates back to Johnnie's student days. Harry's search leads from a
burning house in Bermuda to a graveyard in Greece, from the
croquet lawns of his father's Oxford college to the altar of one
of Wren's finest London churches.