The Truth About Otis Battersby (Paperback)
September 1948. Under the guise of exclusive Savile Row and posh gentlemen's clubs, London's upscale clothier Otis Battersby has managed to conceal his insidious business dealings-until one crisp Saturday morning. In a mad dash for a wicked drop shot, Otis collapses and dies, his body draped atop the net that separates court number seven at the Chelsea Athletic Club. When his widow Eve, unprepared for her husband's sudden death and suspicious of its details, sets out to discover the truth of Otis's departure, she reaches the stunning-and devastating-conclusion that her beloved husband was not the man she thought she knew.
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