The Brigadier’s Daughter
The one woman he will never forget…
Jin, a sensitive kampong boy with an artistic bent, is often found sketching hornbills in the jungle. Stephanie is the Eurasian daughter of an uncompromising brigadier, born into a world of racial and economic privilege. Their torrid affair, set in pre-merger Malaya, must be kept hidden at all costs. But the fragile relationship between these star-crossed lovers is threatened by a single secret—and a moment of thoughtlessness that will echo for decades.
The Brigadier’s Daughter is a tale of young love and hard choices.
About the Author
Paul Callan is also the author of The Dulang Washer (2011) and Shadows Beneath the Fronds (2013). After many years in business, he turned to writing historical fiction of Southeast Asia. He has been featured in several dailies and periodicals from the region, including The Star, Malaysian Tatler, and SilverKris.
He now divides his time between homes in Kuala Lumpur and London, and is currently writing his fourth novel.
Size: 225 x 152mm
Published: July 2017