Frank has been in a car accident*. The doctor tells him he lost his spleen, but Frank believes he has lost more. He is missing memories - of those around him, of the history they share and of how he came to be in the crash. All he remembers is that he is a lawyer who specialises in small print**. In the wake of the accident Frank begins to piece together his former life - and his former self. But the picture that emerges, of his marriage, his family and the career he has devoted years to, is t necessarily a pretty one. Could it be that the terms and conditions by which Frank has been living are t entirely in his favour***? In the process of unravelling the kts into which his life has been tied, he learns that the devil really does live in the detail and that it's never too late to rewrite your own destiny. *apparently quite a serious one **words that one ever reads *** and perhaps never have been
Robert Glancy was born in Zambia and raised in Malawi. At fourteen he moved from Africa to Edinburgh then went on to study history at Cambridge. He currently lives in New Zealand with his wife and children.