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Philip Winter had been accused of rape. He knew he was innocent, a victim of his accuser’s paranoia when he had rejected her advances. The jury acquitted him, but neither his family nor his employers accept the verdict. Made a pariah in his own home, Philip disappears.

Suicide is suspected and his wife accepts the solution with relief, but he is now part of the homeless society, adrift with other outcasts. He falls into the company of Denis Smith but, as they struggle to survive, their destinies are being manipulated by a woman who is trying to settle a very personal score....

©1996 Margaret Yorke (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Great story enjoyed it immensely Margaret yorke and rulq lenska great combination. Would highly recommend if you like crime nivels

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