Mr Delderfield's manner is easy, modest, heartwarming Evening Standard R F Delderfield is a born storyteller Sunday Mirror Sheer, wonderful storytelling Chicago Tribune It is always a pleasure to read R F Delderfield, because he never seems to be ashamed of writing well Books and Bookmen 'He built an imposing artistic social history that promises to join those of his great forebears in the long, noble line of the English novel. His narratives belong in a tradition that goes back to John Galsworthy and Arnold Bennett' Life Magazine Life MagazineReseña del editor:
Kent Stuart left the West Country town of Redcliffe Bay more than thirty years ago, pursued by the guilt and shame of a scandal that cost him his youth and happiness. Having led an exciting life as a photographer, Kent now returns to find a town that bears little physical resemblance to the one he left so many years before. Yet in spite of this, memories come flooding back of a young man swept up in a passionate affair with an older woman, which ended in tragedy. And Kent must decide whether, by revisiting Redcliffe Bay, he can come to terms with the past and start anew.
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