Danny found it strange just how many memories from the 1940s and â€™50s coalesced in his mind daily. The months leading to him arriving at the care home were vague. He struggled to remember the day-to-day things but not memories from the past - glimpses into his wartime file as a first-rate assassin for the special operations and later his successful music career.His obituary eventually described him as â€˜an entrepreneurial pop maestro of the â€™60s and â€™70s, [receiving an] OBE for services to British music and his charity work for the Royal British Legionâ€™.He had money, a fondness for young ladies and was still renowned as one of the best wet job operatives on the book. In 1967, one of Dannyâ€™s protÃ©gÃ©es, lead singer Alan Thompson, suddenly disappeared. Journalist Jan Dale is determined to reveal what happened, convinced Danny is linked. Itâ€™s not long before Jan and her friend, former MP Katie Ross, are dangerously close to top-secret government information and in far deeper than they realise.
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