Présentation de l'éditeur
Surgeon Michael Severin flies to disaster areas all over the world - floods, earthquakes, fires. He is good at his work, decisive, courageous and skilled - a natural rescuer.
Returning home early from an assignment, however, he finds his wife Caitlin dying from a brutal assault in their London home. Nothing can save her - or him. His world shattered, he sets out to unravel the tangled skein of events which led to the tragedy, and finds far more questions than answers.
In death, Michael Severin comes to know his wife as he never knew her in life. And in so doing, he discovers that a man can be equal to any tragedy, except his own...
Biographie de l'auteur
T.D Griggs was born in London and has lived and worked on four continents. He holds British and Australian nationality and has worked variously as a truck driver, journalist, film extra, MD of a successful communications consultancy, and – for about seven sweaty hours – as a volunteer fire fighter. Despite that, much of the Australian bush survives.
He has written many short stories and three other novels, including the father-son drama The Warning Bell (written as Tom Macaulay) and - under his own name - the Victorian epic Distant Thunder and the international bestseller Redemption Blues.
T. D. Griggs is also a professional business writer with an international client base. He has degrees in English and archaeology, and now lives with his wife Jenny in Oxford, UK.
To find out more, visit www.tdgriggs.co.uk or follow him on Twitter @TDGRIGGS1.