For some the Second World War is over, but for the Sheridan family, the battle continues.
David Sheridan, an RAF pilot scarred by Japanese torture, must make one last crucial visit to the Orient before he can marry and take over the family estate.
Vesta, his sister, the acclaimed war artist, is finding that peace does not bring inspiration and Marion, their mother, urges them to make a new future for themselves and leave the past behind.
But how can they, when its legacy surrounds them every day?
Elizabeth Darrell’s memorable and haunting portrait of the aftermath of war moves from a Dorset village, where the social order is breaking down, to the Far East, and finally to Germany and the Berlin airlift. It is an unerring depiction of the human spirit, which survives, triumphant against terrible odds.
'We Will Remember' is the third book in a trilogy which includes 'At the Going Down of the Sun' and 'And in the Morning'.
Elizabeth Darrell is the penname of Emma Drummond, born in 1931. Her father was a member of the British Army stationed in Hong Kong, where Drummond spent the early years of her life. As well as writing books, she worked in the Women’s Royal Army Corps.
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