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By: Dave Gregson

The Mystery of Melsham Wood

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An unidentified body of an apparent murder victim has been discovered within the gloom and darkness of Melsham Wood, hidden well off the beaten track and in the dense undergrowth in a place where travellers and sunlight rarely tread.

The case falls unexpectedly in the remit of DCI Mowbray who along with his dedicated assistant attempt to solve the case. In order to do this, they need to delve into the innermost workings of the village community, exposing dark and hidden secrets, uncomfortable truths, mysterious intrigue and step where no one has dared go previously.

Who could possibly have imagined how this case would have turned out and just how did DCI Mowbray find the determination and strength to solve the mystery.

Dave worked in health and social care for many years as a support worker, including for a large national charity that supports people with learning disabilities. Dave faced bullying at work and had a late diagnosis of autism and was dismissed from his job but won his legal case for unfair dismissal in a high profile legal case. Since then Dave has, through his experiences, worked and campaigned to support others in similar situations and a range of other causes including equality, inclusion, tackling prejudice and animal welfare. Dave comes from a family of writers which includes his father, Terence Gregson, who has written for the BBC and brother, Dr John Gregson, who is a non-fiction writer, and senior lecturer in criminology, at the University of Leeds.

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