By S. E. Clarkson
through lifestyles, he’s content material to delight in the Arizona solar and in his wife’s attentions. His in simple terms touch with England is through the web or his rare visits to
the British and Dominion membership close to lengthy Beach—his English “fix.”
Into this idyll comes a letter from the British Embassy inviting him to debate “a subject of a few delicacy.” Steven permits his spouse, Pamela, to cajole him to answer the letter, only
because the consulate is in an effort to the seashore at Santa Monica, fish and chips on the Kings Head, a trip with acquaintances, and even perhaps a few cricket.
The information isn't really what he expects: he learns that he has a twenty-two-year-old daughter named Judith, a possible son-in-law, and a few very distinguished
in-laws. He reveals himself embroiled within the arrangements for a royal marriage ceremony and unexpectedly in clash with of his least favourite associations: the British executive and the media.