When a son uncovers his father's past, his own family must pay the price... For Iain Madoc, it all began when he was eight years old and his father took him out on a boat for the first time. Something happened to George Madoc out on the water and after that it was as if Iain didn't have a real father at all. Many years later, his dying mother tells Iain that in 1944, George Madoc, then skipper of a high speed RAF launch, was sent on a secret mission to the coast of Brittany, but the mission went terribly wrong and George never spoke about what happened. Now the wreck of the launch has been found...
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Tragically, Tim Griggs died very suddenly in October 2013. He was born in London and lived and worked on four continents. He held British and Australian nationality and 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. Tim wrote many short stories and three other novels, including the best-sellers Redemption Blues and The End of Winter, and the Victorian epic Distant Thunder.
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