Don Warrington reads Claire Adam's heartrending debut set in Trinidad, about betrayal, love and terrible choices. Today: kidnap.
Don Warrington begins Claire Adam's heartrending and lyrical debut set in Trinidad.
As dusk falls, a father sets out into the bush in search of his 13-year-old son, while his twin brother remains safely at home. As the man makes his way through the lush yet unsettling landscape, he tries to work out what has happened to his son, the boy he's never really understood. And when the minutes turn to hours and then to days, he is faced with an impossible decision that no parent should ever have to make...
Reader: Don Warrington - Don Warrington is an acclaimed TV and theatre actor, who has performed with the National Theatre and the RSC, but is best known for his role in Rising Damp with Leonard Rossiter in the mid 1970s.
Writer: Claire Adam
Abridger: Sara Davies
Producer: Justine Willett
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