From the number one bestselling author comes a swashbuckling tale of mutiny and murder in paradise . . .
Even Paradise can turn into a nightmare . . .
The Mutiny on the Bounty is the most famous uprising in naval history. Led by Fletcher Christian, a desperate crew cast sadistic Captain Bligh adrift. They swap cruelty and the lash for easy living in the island heaven of Tahiti. However, paradise turns out to have a darker side . . .
Mr Christian dies in terrible agony. The Bounty burns. Cursed by murder and treachery, the rebels' dreams turn to nightmares, and all hope of seeing England again is lost forever.
A story of low treachery and high adventure, murder under the palm trees, trouble in paradise and a lost Eden in the South Seas.
Praise for his novels:
`Funny and touching' Woman and Home
'From the author of Man and Boy comes this honest and funny story of a man whose life is transformed when he's given a 19-year-old's heart' Heat
'Tony Parsons is the master of the bittersweet love story' Red
'Parsons has created a much bigger and more compelling book. It's a major achievement' Mirror
`Funny, serious, tender and honest...Tony Parsons is writing about the genuine dilemmas of modern life' Sunday Express
`He takes as his specialist subject contemporary emotional issues which almost every other male writer has ignored' Guardian
`Memorable and poignant - nobody squeezes more genuine emotion from a scene than Tony Parsons' Spectator