Bill Bradshaw was a prison officer with the Irish Prison Service for over fifteen years. During his service, he was posted in Mountjoy Prison and Limerick Jail. In 2004, he wrote the bestselling novel From the Horseâ€™s Mouth â€“ A Jailerâ€™s Tale. The book was added to the essential reading list for the Custodial Studies course at The University of Phoenix. In 2012, Bill took early retirement from the service to concentrate on his writing. He has several film scripts in development and he wrote/directed the multi-award winning short film The Long Night Followed. He lives on the west coast of Ireland where he drinks beer and concentrates on the future.
Two people separated by age, distance and culture. Both suffering emotionally. Martin at home in Ireland, grieving for his wife who had died some seven years previously, and Joy, a bar girl in Thailand with all that entails for a young girl far away from her family. Neither of them are contemplating...