Elijah Rolene is a lost man. Following the death of his wife, he quits his job as a police pilot and turns to prescription painkillers for comfort. Not content to watch him destroy his life, his veterinarian sister convinces him to help out at her animal shelter. Soon, they rescue a rare white lion cub from the heart of Detroit's gangland. The lion is brought to live with them and instantly connects with Elijah's autistic niece, Harper. As Harper is brought out of her shell, so Elijah begins to heal as well. But something happens that puts their family at risk and threatens to tear their world apart. Elijah is faced with a question that will define the rest of his life: How far will you go if you have nothing left to lose?
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 129 x 198mm | 260g
- 26 Feb 2015
- Penguin Books (SA) (Pty) Ltd
- The Penguin Group (SA) (Pty) Ltd
- Parklands, South Africa
About Gareth Crocker
Gareth Crocker's debut novel, Finding Jack, was published in New York to international acclaim. It was translated into several languages and featured in eight volumes of Reader's Digest Select Editions. He is also the author of Finding Jack, Journey From Darkness and Never Let Go. Gareth lives in Johannesburg with his wife and two young daughters. Gareth's fifth novel, The last Road Trip, will be released in March 2015.