A book about identity, about journeys, about transitions and boundaries - most especially those between life and death - and about contemporary adventures that suddenly assume mythic proportions. Accept Clive Sinclair's invitation, and you will embark upon an expedition led by none other than Odysseus, still desperately seeking Penelope. You will cross paths with the Lone Ranger, with Wyatt Earp, the most famous lawman of them all, and his voluptuous wife - whose portrait on the front cover (which just so happens to be the double of a missing spouse) may or may not be a true likeness.
Clive Sinclair is the author of four novels and three collections of short stories, including Hearts of Gold, winner of the Somerset Maugham Award. He has a doctorate from the University of East Anglia, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Clive Sinclair lives in St Albans with his son.