On the eve of his 65th birthday, Sir Nigel Ingram, Surgeon Vice Admiral, RN, has a massive heart attack and dies at his home in Salisbury, Wilts. His 35-year-old partner, although some would say gay lover, Callum Ryan, is with him. After the funeral, Callum has to arrange for a thanksgiving service at Salisbury cathedral followed by a reception at the Salisbury Guildhall for nearly 500 people, such is the legacy of Sir Nigel?s remarkable naval career. Callum is now left with a void in his life to fill. His thoughts of planning a new future are suddenly shattered when out of the blue he is charged with the murder of a gay teenager. Has Callum lost the will to live despite his pleas of innocence? In his sixth adult novel, the author has once again written an honest, witty, and unusual tale of what can so easily happen to an innocent man found guilty of a crime he didn't commit.