In this stunning conclusion to the saga, we find Lord Preston and his
family together in London in the late 1930s for what turns out to be
a homecoming.

The family is finally all together again, gathering in a
way they haven’t been able to do for years. But looming ahead is the
summer and fall of 1940 when both the Battle of Britain and the Blitz
will occur.  Though the family is blissfully unaware of this soon-to-be
reality, Lord Preston, privy to top secret info in his position in the
government, has grave concerns; the gravest he’s ever had, that England
will be invaded.  The Danforth family patriarch does his best to hide
his fears with a cheerful exterior, but is he successful?

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Author, Baptist pastor, and historian, Murray Pura began writing at an early age. He has since published numerous works of both fiction and nonfiction. Murray lives in Canada where he enjoys the frontier landscape and its people. He has performed speaking engagements in such cities as Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and Denver. He continues to pastor and write in southern Alberta near the Rocky Mountains.

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