England is on the brink of war with Germany. The countrymen are tense and poised for battle. The women are scurrying around to protect their lovers, husbands and children. But some people seem to believe themselves above all that, like Hugo Barrington.
"THE SINS OF THE FATHERS, the second book in Jeffrey Archer’s The Clifton Chronicles, is a good old-fashioned war-torn romance that reads a bit like a British 'Peyton Place.'"
Hugo couldn’t be a more awful man. His father and his grandfather before him built Barrington Shipping Line into a thriving business. The name