Liverpool, 1863: Newly arrived in England, wealthy liberals enlist Trinity, an escaped slave girl, in their campaign to abolish slavery and support Abraham Lincoln's Union. Jubal, a high-ranking Confederate officer, has arrived to find supporters and raise funds for the opposing side. When Trinity discovers a high-stakes conspiracy to win the war for the South, she must risk everything to stop it - including her new-found freedom. But who will believe a runaway slave? And who can she really trust?
David Chadwick has been writing fiction all his adult life. Coping with two major health battles, twenty years apart, has intensified his motivation to write. He is a journalist who has spent 30 years in the media industry, reporting on events including the Falklands War, the first Gulf War, and the Srebrenica massacre. David has been running his own journalism and public relations consultancy since 2001, writing about business and economic issues. Previously, he was a PR manager at global accountancy firm KPMG, and before that, a government press officer. He has held a number of senior editorial positions on daily newspapers across the country and his freelance work has appeared in national titles from the Guardian to the Sun. Born and raised in Bolton, David took a bachelor's degree in history and politics at Queen Mary, University of London, and a master's in creative writing at Manchester Metropolitan University. David has co-written a non-fiction book about the Battle of the Atlantic, and jointly edited two short story collections. He has a life-long interest in maritime history and is a keen sailor. He lives with his family in Greater Manchester
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