The Pembleton Myth

Paul Pembleton, an Area Planning Officer in the fifties when planning was still new,  acts the part of the archetypal Renaissance man, cultured, urbane, self-assured, while the ‘Pembleton Myth’ at the office adds quicksilver mind, infallible memory, and the ability to do several things at once with unimpaired efficiency.

All of this is called into question on one fateful day when his world crumbles around him. Who is he really? Pembleton, the efficient planning officer or Paul, the flawed man?