What is the dark secret that Martin Lancaster's family seem determined to stop him uncovering? When Martin was eighteen, his father was tragically lost at sea during a transatlantic yacht race. Twenty-five years later, Martin discovers hidden logbooks in his mother's attic, and vows to find out the truth. His quest takes him racing across the Atlantic in the Columbus Cup, the world's largest-ever regatta, an event that becomes a personal voyage of discovery and disaster. On the Caribbean island of St Lucia, with his enemies closing in, Martin must make one desperate final sea passage to discover the shocking truth about his family - and himself.
About the Author
Timothy Frost lives in Norfolk, England and Grenada, West Indies. He began writing as a student, but a career as an advertising copywriter intervened, and it was many years before he accomplished his lifelong ambition of writing a full-length thriller. Tim is a keen yachtsman, and sailed the Atlantic from the UK to St Lucia with his wife. His experiences on and around the ocean in the Caribbean provided much of the inspiration and background for his thrillers. Tim's first novel of contemporary nautical skullduggery, "Final Passage", was released in 2009, followed by "The Abigail Affair" in 2010 and "The Shoot" in 2011.