A gripping, white-knuckle novel set in the Antarctic and the muddy fields of the Western Front, told through the eyes of real-life adventurer and pioneer Australian photographer Frank Hurley.
Tim lives in Sydney with his wife and four children. He works as a lawyer and arbitrator, and has a keen interest in Australian history. This is his first novel.
The Historical Novel Society says 'This is a spectacular tale all around, a superb example of how a biographical novel can bring history alive for those who may find academic versions too dry or daunting. Very highly recommended.'
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