A missing girl. A group of Cambridge flower children (circa 1965) who remain amazingly close long after graduation. A Scotland Yard investigator contacted by the ex-wife who left him without even a note 12 years earlier, and asked to help her prove that poet Lydia Brooke's "suicide" was murder. Multi-layers to this gripping mystery as well as a fabulous setting -- the gentle countryside just outside Cambridge where tourists still come to remember tragic WWI poet, Rupert Brooke.
Duncan's ex-wife calls him to ask him to look into the death of a poet whose biography she's writing. At first I was bored as I listened to this but then something happened that grabbed my attention. A bit of tension between Duncan and Gemma at first over the ex but then a bombshell as something happens that will change their lives forever. I ended up liking this book quite a lot.
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