"A pleasant, homely tale of small lives intersecting with the great. The American author gets postwar Britain's cramped atmosphere just right."
In Heller's fanciful fifth novel (after Man's Storm, 1986, etc.), turmoil ensues when an elderly wife and mother in a small English village is revealed to have been an old flame of the Mahatma.
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