The Corners of the Globe Synopsis
The second installment of The Wide World Trilogy. In the aftermath of the First World War, James Maxted, better known as ‘Max’, continues his quest to discredit the idea that his father, Sir Henry, a British diplomat attached to the English delegation at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 had committed suicide.
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About Robert Goddard
Robert Goddard (born 13 November 1954 in Fareham, Hampshire) is an English novelist. His 1990 book Into the Blue was the inaugural winner of the W H Smith Thumping Good Read Award, presented to the best new fiction author of the year. Long Time Coming won the 2011 Edgar Award for Best Original Paperback. In 2019, Goddard was awarded the Cartier Diamond Dagger by the Crime Writers’ Association for his outstanding lifetime’s contribution to the crime fiction genre.
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