It is 1672, a generation after the English Civil War, and England is still struggling to return to normal after the bloody conflict.
In the village of Spadboro, Jonathon Dymond, a cider maker who lives with his parents, has enjoyed a quiet and harmonious life.
But the death of his uncle leads Jonathon to secrets which have lain dormant since the war. When Jonathon discovers his dying uncle's letter to his father, hinting at inheritance and revenge, Jonathon becomes determined to unravel the mystery in his family.
"McCann traps us in her web of gradual revelation...an intensely enjoyable experience." (Guardian Review)
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