At the outbreak of WWI, Dominic Langton leaves his wife on a remote sheep farm to enlist in the British Army. The trenches change him forever. On his return he casts off his past and discovers his integrity.
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Martin Boyd was born in 1893 into a famous artistic family. At the outbreak of World War I, he sailed for England where he served in the Royal East Kent Regiment and the Royal Flying Corps. Boyd eventually settled in England after the war. His first novel, Love Gods, was published in 1925. Following the international success of Lucinda Brayford in 1946 Boyd decided to return to Australia where he wanted to restore his grandfather's house, but by 1951 he was back in London. In the coming decade he was to write the Langton Quartet: The Cardboard Crown, A Difficult Young Man, Outbreak of Love and When Blackbirds Sing.
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