In a quiet village in western France a woman is murdered. She and her son have lived as outcasts since the Occupation, reviled by fellow villagers - she for cohabiting with a German officer, he for being fathered by him - and no one is surprised when the son is convicted of the murder. Years later, an unassuming widow tries to kill an old man in a nursing home. Even at the dawn of the new millennium there are accounts to be settled.
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About the Author
Peter Robert Scott trained at RADA and spent twenty-five years as an actor working on television and in theatres throughout the UK. He has written numerous plays many of which have been staged professionally. He and his wife have been living and working in France since 1990.
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Adieu La Vie based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Very boring. There was no storyline to even try and grab your interest.