This novel centres on Charles Bradshaw, an ageing tycoon haunted by his past. When he suffers a heart attack, he abruptly retires and announces that he will give his fortune to charity. This leads to conflict with his wife and adult children. A terrible secret from his past comes back, along with an old girlfriend. Unnerved by their renewed affection for each other, Charles and Anna struggle to overcome their remorse and to make amends, but tension inevitably flares. Meanwhile, Charles's son is taking over the company, he is intoxicated with his newfound power, and Charles might have to intervene to save him from self-destruction.
About The Author
John is an insurance lawyer based in Melbourne.
John has expertise in the area of professional indemnity insurance, as well as directors' and officers' claims and life insurance. He has an extensive corporate practice, advising on many aspects of insurance law and legal risk management.
John was previously a member of the Victorian Bar, where he had a wide range of practice areas including banking and finance, taxation, trade practices, company law and professional misconduct. His experience enables him to deal with difficult evidential and legal issues. He is firmly committed to alternative dispute resolution and to obtaining practical and cost effective outcomes for his clients.