Night Without Stars
In Winston Graham's Night Without Stars, half-blinded in the war, Giles Gordon lives in a world which he can only see in varying degrees of darkness. Unable to cross a room with confidence, Gordon has the courage to walk into dangers that a fit man would fear to face . . .
In his own search for peace at the end of the Second World War, Gordon has retreated to the French Riviera. But his love for the beautiful Alix, widow of a French Resistance hero leads him into a year of violence and murder far worse than anything he has dealt with before.
'The incomparable Winston Graham. . . who has everything that anyone else has, then a whole lot more' Guardian