On a much-needed holiday to escape a difficult past, Benjamin Farrow meets the love of his life and becomes embroiled in a dramatic adventure. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Canadian Rockies, Walter's tale dives into the history of Canada's prospecting forefathers as Ben uncovers a hundred-and-forty-year-old murder and lost treasure that sheds light on a web of modern police corruption. Swept along on a wave of intrigue and scandal, Ben finds himself a key player in this life-changing investigation, but maybe it is just the change he needed.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-184-3
Pages : 245
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
The writer studied Architecture and has spent the past twenty years specialising in the designing and hands on refurbishment of Medieval oak framed buildings. Part of this process is the preparation of design drawings by hand and supporting pen and ink sketches. He also paints in watercolours and oils.
His involvement in the creative process of designing buildings, awakened in him a desire to catch and put innovative ideas into words. To tell a story from the imagination as he would paint a picture with pen, pencil and brush, or design a building, so is his desire to do so with words.