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Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery writers, professionals allied to

the crime-writing field, aspiring crime writers, and those who are devoted to the genre. MWA is

dedicated to promoting higher regard for crime writing and recognition and respect for those who

write within the genre, and it presents the prestigious Edgar Awards to the best mystery and thriller

books each year. Anne Perry is the bestselling author of two acclaimed series set in Victorian

England: the William Monk novels, including Dark Tide Rising and An Echo of Murder, and the

Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels, including Murder on the Serpentine and Treachery at Lancaster

Gate. She is also the author of Twenty-one Days and Triple Jeopardy, the first two novels in a

new series featuring Charlotte and Thomas Pittâ€s son, Daniel; as well as a series of five World

War I novels, sixteen holiday novels (most recently A Christmas Revelation), and a historical

novel, The Sheen on the Silk, set in the Ottoman Empire. Anne Perry lives in Los Angeles. Read

more Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. ReconciliationAnne PerryJack had

to find Private Richards before he did something stupid, and irrevocable. Damn the men who had

tormented the new recruit with what they had said was his cowardice. They might have thought

they were teasing him, teaching him to stand up for himself, but Richards was barely seventeen. It

was too soon—only a couple of months ago he had been a school boy! Now he was a soldier in

the Flanders trenches, with a rifle in his hands.Jack rounded the bend in the trench, keeping his

head low. But Richards was nowhere in sight along this stretch. He was not among the men sitting

on the duckboards, smoking their Woodbines, reading letters from home, making bad jokes. They

knew how to hide their fear. Richards didnâ€t, not yet. He was frightened out of his wits,

deafened by the noise of gunfire, sick with the smell of death clogging his senses, and above all

trying to do the right thing, trying to belong.Jack Barrick was a veteran; he was twenty-three and

had been here since the beginning, two years ago, at the end of that blazing hot summer of 1914.

Home by Christmas, they had said. Over a million casualties later, it looked as if they would be

here forever. Some of them really would be, God help them. Buried in the Flanders clay. What is

forever when you are seventeen and the average life expectancy is a matter of weeks?But Jack

was not going to lose Richards because some irresponsible idiot had made him think he was a

coward and not fit to be one of them.Everything was quiet now, Jerry must be taking a nap!

Jackâ€s feet rattled on the duckboards. Think! Where would Richards go? Where would he feel

safe? Double back to the supply trench. Jack went down the connecting trench, still keeping low. A

careless hand—or worse, head—could still attract a sniper

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