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  • One of Lawton's best

    The pervasive aspects of the Troy novels are present; which alone make this book excellent. The setting in the period 1920 to 1963; the policeman finding the criminal (as in committing a punishable criminal act; there are many other examples of criminals here too); and the well drawn appealing characters. What this book adds is a study of incomprehension and different values across the generations. Lawton does not suggest one era is better than another, but rather sets out the differences in outlook that our various recent society contexts have created. Thoughtful and educative.

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