Book Review: Waiting For Columbus by Thomas Trofimuk

HE arrived at the institute kicking and screaming.

HE arrived at the institute kicking and screaming.

The man, washed up in the treacherous straits of Gibraltar and deliriously declaring himself to be Christopher Columbus is taken to a Seville asylum and placed in the care of nurse Consuela. But as she tries to piece together the truth behind his captivating stories, Consuela quickly finds herself falling for her patient.

Meanwhile Emile Germain, an Interpol officer is on the hunt for a man on the run, missing since a tragic event across the continent. As his suspicions point him towards Seville, Consuela’s mysterious patient becomes the prime suspect and the two stories begin to collide with shocking results.

This is a rich and exciting novel that’s as romantic as it is thrilling.


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