Rebecca Gregson's bestselling debut novel Katherine's Wheel about millennium angst was followed by Zebras Crossing, a semi-autobiographical story about trans-racial adoption (both available from Pocket Books UK). Before writing fiction, she worked as a news producer for the BBC. She lives in Cornwall, England with her husband and two children.
St. Martin's Press
A Thomas Dunne Book for St. Martin's Griffin
Emmy, Niall, and Sita and Jonathan miss their train back to London from a Somerset wedding, escaping Britain's worst rail crash in sixty years. Upon reflection of their mortality, the friends reevaluate...