Reader's Views:


  • Best one I've read in years. Can't wait for the second one!
  • A super read. I wish I could write the screenplay as this is definitely destined for the big screen.
  • Loved this book a real page turner. …..A really good read!
  • An exciting race against time, ever present danger, laugh out loud moments, …colourful characters.
  • ……This really could happen. Couldn't it?

Unsurvivable - Tide Race

First published under the title Tide Race and pen name James Bigbury, this abridged book will soon be released as part of a linked set of books - the Unsurvivable series.

The Unsurvivable series is entirely a work of fiction.  Any images portrayed here are purely for illustrative purposes.

Upcoming Unsurvivable Series Books

Unsurvivable - Parking

Unsurvivable - A new series of thrillers

Unsurvivable - Search


When one of their own goes missing, the characters you have encountered in Tide Race set out on a search that becomes truly hazardous.  Things are never simple as the story soon straddles the length of Europe and they become entangled in yet another international conspiracy.

Eastern Ukraine, in the post Yeltsin era - a land ruled by Oligarchs and Russian Mafia. In the face of departing Russian might, two intrepid Ukrainians steal one of Russia’s most prized possessions – unknowingly trapping a vulnerable young woman in a terrifying race to save her mother’s life – a race she cannot survive - a race she has no means of winning - a race she will never give up – a race from Ukraine across the ocean  - a race to beat untold devastation to a capital city – small and defenceless, she will not be beaten.

Kit Clifton hates injustice and her town is run by a corrupt domineering Mayor. It is uncertain which of the Mayor’s characteristics caused her to act, but when a local Disability Help Centre is under threat, she takes things into her own hands. However, the criminals supporting the Mayor are not the people to stand idly by. And then there is the Deputy Head of MI5. Why has he got Kit under surveillance?

Unsurvivable