Sometimes, tracking Peruvian terrorists down a piranha-filled river can be the best way to stay alive.
A thunderstorm deep in the Peruvian rainforest triggers a chain of events that will change British trekker and ex-soldier Jack McCrae's life forever.
Narco-terrorists, the CIA, and the armed forces of three countries will stop at nothing to bury him and the secret he holds.
To escape, Jack will have to overcome his own prejudice and face again the fears of his childhood. He will have to traverse a thousand miles of jungle with a terrorist by his side and a resourceful CIA operative at his heels.
But why does everyone want him dead? What has he seen that makes him such a threat? As Jack begins to understand the true significance of the information he carries in his head, he realises it is vital to reach safety and expose an international conspiracy that will stun the world.
Four years in the writing, Water Fall draws on the author's experiences in South America and is based on current geo-political instabilities and documented technological realities.