Présentation de l'éditeur
The Germans are persistent in their pursuit, and Samuel, Marie, and Abigail, go into hiding when William must find out what more can be done in the ways of helping them move to safer grounds.
During this time of introspection, Samuel learns more about Abigail and her ways, and finds that she cannot bring herself to accept this child who more than ever, wants to get to know her because she is keen to learn about her mother who is the woman in a photo that her father gave to her.
The famous photograph, is all she has. And Samuel can’t help but question the authenticity of Abigail’s identical sister. He ponders the constant irregularities in Abigail’s stories.
Abigail hints to Samuel of more important matters as he tries to let her know that he’s fed up with her lies, and when he discovers what that is, it forces him more and more into complicated decisions.