The gun was the last of the things for which Harry Judd had fought and now it was in the hands of his worst enemy, aimed at the boy he had tried to help. This was the climax of his first day home after years of army service in Germany; a day when his every word and action had led to friction and violence, revealing the hidden and unsuspected. This was the night in which the past had to be faced again and finally understood.
Used availability for Jay Baker's Night of the Fair
February 1997 : UK Paperback