Queen of Sheba's Pearls
English schoolboy Jack Bradley always believed his mother was killed during WW II. But eight years after that fateful day, the collection of relatives he now lives with receive an unexpected Swedish visitor who just so happens to be the spitting image of his mother. Rapidly it becomes clear that the visitor, Nancy Ackerman, is the twin illegitimate daughter separated from Jack's mother at birth. Meantime, Jack's ex-marine dad cannot decide whether he is still married to his widow's memory or should fall for Nancy. Her presence triggers other amorous liaisons, as well as acting as a spookily prescient fairy godmother for Jack, now at boarding school.