SECRET II Unravels Shocking Discovery
SURREY, United Kingdom
The year is 1945 and the war in Europe is over, but the story of Michael James continue with business as usual while his life returns to some normality. In the week leading up to Christmas, three separate events transpire; first - the abduction of five children, second - the release of Matthew Pilinger from prison, the agent for London trafficking, and third - the receipt of documented proof concerning the BLANCA faction and its members.
The second in a cycle of books, "Secret II" (published by Xlibris UK) written by author James Haydon tells the continuing story of Michael James, who, after having discovered his father was the Victorian murderer Jack the Ripper, unearths shocking truths about his family's dark secret. The power behind an elusive organization known as BLANCA seeks revenge on those who attributed evidence against them and put their London operation on hold, Michael James and Elizabeth McCauley, and it is the assignment of Matthew Pilinger to ensure they are found and punished in the appropriate manner. In the meantime, Michael James also sets out to discover the connection - if any - in the abducted children, with the help of some new and old characters.
"Secret II" is a gripping new tale full of shocking discovery, hatred and cold-blooded revenge set against the backdrop of post World War II London. Fueled by intrigue and mystery, this cutting-edge novel delivers more excitement to aficionados of the mystery and suspense genre.
"Secret II" By James Haydon
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 748 pages | ISBN 9781493194216
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 748 pages | ISBN 9781493194193
E-Book | 748 pages | ISBN 9781493194209
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About the Author
James Haydon was born in Blackfriars, London. His works are predominately London-based, depicting various epochs and using London as a backdrop for his novels and its ever-changing stages throughout history.
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