Author(s): Paul G. Denny
Everyone has a story to tell. Some are of heartbreak, some of loss, some of passion. In Searching for Enda, a brave man asking questions about his adoption in Britain leads him to discover buried secrets swept under a conservative carpet of shame. We all deserve to know where we come from. When life takes you all over the world, you can lose sense of where you truly belong. For some, your place of true belonging is never known and if you've spent most of your life running from questions, the journey back for answers can be long and emotional.
Paul Denny was born in Hampshire, following the end of World War II. He emigrated to the South Pacific with his wife and children in his late twenties. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Social Anthropology. Now retired after a career in information technology and logistics, he enjoys travelling, reading, writing, and walking. He lives in Auckland with his wife Judy.