"Vivid, layered, and provocative period drama about the trade-offs of backing tradition versus letting go."
Twice longlisted for the Orange Prize for stories set in distant eras, Clark (The Great Stink
, 2005; Savage Lands
, 2010, etc.) takes on the dicey task of revitalizing Edwardian aristocrats grappling with the heir loss and social change ushered in by World War I.
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