Team spirit is the vital element that can turn a well?trained crew into champions. The crews of the Henswytch Rowing Club know all about team spirit and how powerful it can be, but how far should they go? What lengths are they willing to go to for their fellow crewmen?
Former commando Tom Briggs is introduced to the fanatical spirit of the club and must decide whether to submit or rebel, while property developer Jim Sutton, with his 'green' ideas, sets himself on a crash course with the power of the Old Codgers. Who will survive the clash?
About the Author
Jeff Edwards is a long-term resident of the Penrith area on the outer fringes of Sydney, New South Wales, and he and his family have developed strong community ties through their business and sporting activities.
Jeff joined the CMF at age eighteen as a radio operator and was later conscripted into the regular army as a keyboard operator where he served in Canberra at Army Headquarters.
Today he runs a commercial agency supplying Process Serving and Investigation services to the local legal community. Photography was Jeff's main pashion until he chanced to sit down one quiet day to write a few paragraphs, fully believing that no one would ever see those words. However, the characters he created took over and demanded to be heard.
Ultimately those first few words grew into Watching, the first in the Jade Green series of novels. This was quickly followed by his second novel Legacy, and The Fund continued that saga.
The Iceman is a stand alone novel, but the characters from the Jade Green series will be back in The Song of Mawu.
Number Of Pages: 348
Published: 8th April 2013
Publisher: Sid Harta Publishers
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0