Châtelaillon-Plage had taken him seven months.
He had spent a lot of that time with his eyes closed, replaying the memory over and over again. The perfect day.
A middle-aged man believes he is suffering from a mental health condition. Gilbert Martin can “see” things that others don’t and predict the future with disturbing dreams and visions. Whilst on a school holiday to France during his teens, he meets a girl called Margaux on Châte-laillon-Plage. Somehow, she manages to leave the beach with him and since then, she has inhabited his life: he talks to her, he chats with her and she answers back. Seeking a resolution, one way or the other, he decides to write a book about his experiences and uses the interest in his novel to garner the sympathy of the public and to make it easy for him to travel to France where it all began. Will he able to resolve the mystery and to discover if Margaux is real and who is she?
A suspense-mystery novel of love, courage and perseverance that will make the reader dwell on how, no matter how extreme the situation someone is going through, life can be a surprising journey.
Sean Joseph White is a Company Director who provides analysis services as a contractor in the IT market.
He also runs his own art website whitehavenart.com where he attempts to sell his own artworks. He is currently employed as a Senior Business Analyst for a consultancy firm in the United Kingdom. Châtellailon-Plage is his second novel to be published although he has written many more novels which he hopes to publish in due course. He spends most of his free time writing and painting. He is divorced with one son, Jamie, who is seventeen years old.