Like his revered British Empire, Matthew Dixon's life collapses on the eve of WWII, leaving him stranded in Shanghai. The wound of his ill fated affair with Judith leaves him psychologically disturbed and dangerously homicidal. So much so that his CO removes him from front line service. through diaries acquired by his grandson, Matthew's story unfolds in a dramatic tale that could rival the Pagan myths that he loved. Explaining his eccentric behavior, Jeremy assumes he knows all, but is left stunned by new revelations that turn upside down his assumptions of the past and his family and leave behind unanswered questions on his origin.
Paul Richard Sully's third book in the Tree of Faith series again investigates the impact of Paganism on the WWII conflict.