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By: Leon Gray

In The Stars

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Danny found it strange just how many memories from the 1940s and ’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 ‘an entrepreneurial pop maestro of the ’60s and ’70s, [receiving an] OBE for services to British music and his charity work for the Royal British Legion’.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 Danny’s protégées, lead singer Alan Thompson, suddenly disappeared. Journalist Jan Dale is determined to reveal what happened, convinced Danny is linked. It’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.

Leon Gray was born in the north of England and has worked throughout the UK in finance and taught for many years in a number of state high schools in Newcastle Upon Tyne and County Durham. He has written extensively in the fields of education and philosophy

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  • Gill

    A really good read and ended on a cliffhangerg. Reminiscent of John le Carre. Looking forward to the sequel.

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