Graeme Barrow was born in South Africa and educated at Queen’s College and Natal University. After qualifying as a lawyer he worked in London for four years before returning to South Africa and becoming a partner in a legal practice.
In 1975 he emigrated to New Zealand and began a career in journalism. He was the editor of a daily newspaper for 10 years before retiring in 2005 to write freelance – reviewing books, and writing columns on travel, wine, and classical music.
He is the author of two critically acclaimed rugby books – All Blacks vs Springboks (later updated and re-published) and Up Front – The Story of The All Blacks’ Scrum. DEADLINE is his first novel.
For more information, go to http://www.graemebarrow.com
The Predator has a problem. He craves sex but fears women and has an intense hatred of prostitutes. How does he resolve his dilemma? He rapes prostitutes and then tortures and mutilates them.
But some, like Annie, refuse to remain a victim. Partially recovered, she takes her story to the editor of the local newspaper. Appalled by her tale and despite misgivings about the legal dangers, family-man