Two young men meet in Soho – for one of them this is love at first sight, for the other only lust and guilt . . .
‘Marion Husband explores the morality of wartime Britain with intelligent and compassionate insight’ Mslexia In 1925, Paul Harris returns to England from self-imposed exile in Tangiers in order to put on an exhibition of his paintings. In this move he is leaving behind Patrick, the man he has loved since they met in the trenches in 1918, needing to discover if he has the strength to live without him and wanting to explore the kind of life he might have lived had it not been for the war.
In Bohemian Soho, Paul meets Edmund. Paul begins to believe that he may have another life to live, free of the guilt and regrets of the past. But the past is not so easy to escape, and when Patrick follows Paul to London a decision must be made that will change everything.
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