The fourth and last book of My War, the story of a bilingual Canadian pilot in World War II. Recalled from hiding and a marriage ceremony to provide reconnaissance on D-Day, Peter is shot down by friendly fire while crossing the channel. Forgotten for weeks by RAF/RCAF bureaucracy, Peter retreats to the English countryside where Dorothy and her girlfriends live. He avoids marriage when appointed squadron leader and finishes the last six months of the war behind a desk. Sent to Guernsey to supervise its transition to peacetime, he must determine the fate of accused war criminals and collaborators including Angelique and her very sexy mother. Hiding from the Nazi's in the latter's basement is Rebecca and a boy who looks very much like Peter.