The Forgotten Man – In the late 1960s, just before his retirement, Inspector Timothy Davies interviews Mauthausen survivor Henri Rus from the confines of his cell. Davies was given the task of taking a firsthand account of Henri’s experience and the atrocities that incurred during World War Two at the slave labour camp. Little did Inspector Davies know that two months later he would be pulled out of retirement to investigate Henri’s death. For Davies, it would send him on an investigation that would teach the world a very important lesson.
Inspector Timothy Davies
Born in 1919 and raised in London, everything in Timothy Davies’ life had led him to being the incredible Inspector he is. After being born to World War I veteran Field Marshal Douglas Davies, senior officer of the British Army and Edith Nightingale a British Nurse, Timothy amasses the skills he needs to become one of the country’s top Inspectors and to solve crimes in a time when the future was uncertain. He is unmarried and currently retired with his English Bulldog Harley.
Born in 1898 in Hungary.
Survivor of Mauthausen
Resides at Rampton Psychiatric Hospital.
Loyal pet to Inspector Timothy Davies. He’s an English Bulldog, loves to play fetch and enjoys tummy tubs.