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The Three Ages of crime


Crime was, initially, a family matter. Throughout Oliver's life, generations have used murder as a means to their ends. For them, it is something personal, intimate and private. From the unhurried lifestyle of the post-war years to the hustle and bustle of the present day, the irrepressible lust and greed of the Usher family has tainted the lives of all those who surround them. But above all, they have marked the life of one man, Oliver, who, in his later years, will be laden with the burden of sin, which passes like a stigma from generation to generation. And he will discover that perhaps crime is not as normal as his life has led him to believe after all…

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