God's Triangle

A true detective story by Australian-born journalist Ian D. Richardson recounting how he battled against a church, press and court cover-up of why his Baptist missionary great aunt's marriage to a fellow missionary in Bengal fell apart during the First World War. Richardson's discoveries says much about society’s often-twisted attitude to sex and other social issues in the early 1900s. More

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About Ian D. Richardson

Ian D. Richardson has loved writing for as long as he can remember – perhaps even before that – and he wrote his first letters as soon as he learned to tap away at his father's typewriter when aged just six years old.

He was also born to be curious. His mother recalled that on his first day at school he strolled into the headmaster's office to look around and to ask what the head did all day.

Ian grew up into a newspaper family in rural Australia, but after the family business was sold, he switched to broadcast journalism -- first in Bendigo and Melbourne, Australia, then in London with BBC radio and television. His senior BBC posts included head of World Service foreign correspondents, a founding editor of BBC World Television, and the founding managing-editor of BBC Arabic Television. These experiences left him ideally placed to write his authentic thriller, The Mortal Maze. He and his wife, Rosemary, are also keen genealogists and it was their enthusiasm for researching their family histories that led Ian to discover the story of his non-fiction book, God's Triangle.

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