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“There was a colonel named Lowther who took it upon himself to get volunteers from the local area at the start of the war. A lot of them were involved in sheep farming, so some bright spark called them Lowther’s Lambs.”
“Keep away from ‘Lowther’s Lambs’; they’re a tough lot.” Was the saying
In the Summer of 1913
New alliances and defence pacts between nations could result in war throughout Europe. Countries previously unwilling to take sides find themselves drawn inexorably toward conflict.
In Sussex, England, a close-knit family share the workload at harvest time. However, the father and his two sons are concealing a secret crime that casts a shadow over their lives.