It is 1931, and once again Europe is heading towards disaster. Life must go on however, and a new generation of the Neyler family are making their way in this turbulent world. Louis Rose, the self-confessed black sheep of the family, returns to England for his father’s funeral and is greeted with more bad news: he has lost his mistress to his young nephew.
Louis’ son Simon, meanwhile, has matured and is embarking on his first love affair. Valentine Neyler, Simon’s cousin, visits Berlin for the Olympics, but finds herself experiencing first-hand the prejudice which is gripping Germany. Before she knows it she is caught up in the tragedy of a Jewish family struggling to escape the Nazi horror.
©1983 Judith Saxton (P)2017 Soundings
This is the third book of the Neyler Quartet. The four books are: