Tom Macaulay has lived on four continents, working - among other things - as a journalist, a truck driver, an archaeologist and, for about seven sweaty hours, as a bush firefighter in New South Wales. Born in London, he settled for twenty years in Australia and holds dual Australian/British citizenship. Tom Macaulay is married and lives in Oxford. He has no children but does have a half share in a black Labrador called James.
A story of espionage, secrets, murder and danger as a son attempts to uncover his father’s wartime past in a small village in Brittany. A cracking thriller, with a historical flavour. Very good.