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By Bella Pollen
In 1980 Germany, chilly conflict tensions are once more escalating and a mole is suspected within the British Embassy. So while the shrewdpermanent diplomat Nicky Fleming dies by surprise and suspiciously, it’s handy to model him the traitor. yet used to be his demise an twist of fate, homicide, or suicide? because the govt investigates Nicky's loss of life, his spouse relocates with their 3 young children to a distant Scottish island hoping to save lots of what is still in their kinfolk. however the remoted beaches of her early life retreat basically accentuate their distance among them, and it's the remarkable and bizarre youngest baby, Jamie, who by myself holds directly to the only factor he’s certain of: his father has promised to come back and he was once a guy who by no means broke a promise.
When Jamie units off to discover the island along with his teenage sisters, they find a tamed grizzly endure has been marooned on shore, hiding someplace one of the beach caves. Jamie believes the undergo can have a wierd connection to his father, and as he seeks the reality, Nicky's tale starts off revealing itself in unforeseen ways.
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