In a cryptic message orchestrated before his untimely death, Jack has left a trail of clues that will lead Adam into a labyrinth of lies, secrets and government conspiracy exposing an environmental scandal that has resulted in the deaths of fire fighters.
When Jack dies in a fire in a derelict building Adam Greene has lost his closest friend. He attends Jack's funeral ready to mourn him when another funeral intrudes upon his thoughts, and one he has tried very hard to forget for the last fifteen years - the death of his girlfriend. But before Adam has time to digest this, or discover the identity of the stranger stalking him, Jack's house is ransacked.
A reluctant hero, Adam is forced to confront his past and his own dark secrets. He's pushed into examining his relationship with his wife, his bullying dead father urging him to achieve, and his successful domineering brother. As the facts reveal themselves the prospects for Adam's survival look bleak. But Adam knows there is no turning back; he has to get to the truth no matter what the cost, even if it means his life.
Adam makes mistakes and learns from it. And where will he be at the end of the journey? What will he have learnt? Has he changed? Will he be stronger? What will he do next?
I've been urged to write a sequel to this novel by many readers and maybe I will.
In Cold Daylight is dedicated to my husband, his former watch, Red Watch in Portsmouth and fire fighters every where.
|Pauline Rowson with some of the fire fighters from Red Watch a couple of years ago|