Following a public altercation with a young girl at the luxury hotel in Greece where Jamie Tosh works as a holiday rep, he seeks the friendly voice of his fiancée back in Scotland - who dumps him.
Jamie drowns his sorrows in a nearby beach bar, but when he wakes up on the beach the next morning covered in scratches and bruises around his face, and unable to remember what he did, he knows his life has changed forever.
When he discovers the same young girl was murdered overnight, he knows he's become public enemy number one, and his idea of paradise has turned into the worst type of hell.
With the Greek police on his tail, Jamie attempts to trace back the night before and ends up on a journey of fear and self-discovery. But nobody can hide forever, and sooner or later he has to face up to the life he has made for himself.
With no way off the island, and almost nobody to turn to, Jamie discovers that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.
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About the Author
Colin Galbraith was born in Paisley in 1973 and raised in Bridge of Weir. After attending the Open College of the Arts, he began writing seriously in 1999. He lives in South Queensferry.