A three year old boy disappears from his home in England. After weeks of searching with no clues and no demands for money, the police have to give up and the case remains unresolved. Sixteen years later, Florence, the boy's French mother, is convinced that she has seen her son in the Latin Quarter of Paris. She asks Ken, her former husband, for his help in tracing the young man. But there is more than one elephant in the room that needs to be disposed of before the two can make their peace and work together. Meanwhile, Florence's brother is doing all he can to remove a large part of her inheritance and it's going to take some unconventional counter-deception to stop him. Can Ken and Florence resolve their differences and find their son? Can Florence's brother be stopped before he goes too far? And will that last elephant wreck everybody's dreams?
About the Author
Graham Hamer was born a few years before Queen Elizabeth came to the British throne (the second Queen Elizabeth, that is). One event was televised, one wasn’t. His own event happened somewhere between England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales on a funny little island where the cats have no tails and the occasional witch still gets rolled down a steep hill in a spiked barrel. He left the Isle of Man to get a life. He got one. He went back to his island. You’ll find him there now if you know where to look. Accountant, pig-herder (briefly), businessman, business analyst, web site builder – hell, writing’s more fun.