David Sacks was born in Derbyshire, England. Son of a tailor, he received a grammar school education and later served in the military police in Germany. Subsequently, he became a police constable, later a detective constable, rising to detective chief inspector. He also became a senior special branch officer in Manchester and in 1979 investigated the disappearance of two young Britons in Central America, the subject matter of this book. He lives in Lancashire, is married to Jane and he also has a son and a daughter.
Nothing Much Happens on a Boat
In 1979, a young British doctor and his lawyer girlfriend disappeared when on holiday in central America. They were last known to be passengers on an American man's boat. Extensive enquiries by the families to trace them were abortive and the British police were asked to investigate. The author,...