In Burma, James and Carol Morgan meet Brian and Kimberley Pickering who protest against the Junta and are arrested.
Interrogated by Military Intelligence as accessories, the Morgans are ultimately freed but ordered to take the Pickering's children to Bangkok. There Carol agrees to take the children home. But James refuses, abandons them, and goes to Australia.
At home, the children's uncle, Peter, is initially hostile and the children run away to London. Peter and Carol, looking for them, are forced to share a hotel room.
Faced with unintended consequences, Carol must make a difficult choice.

ISBN 978-0-7090-8363-4 … … … Published by Hale in 2007