A neo-fascist leader is shot dead by a killer wearing an Arab scarf. Is it a terrorist attack, or was the motive closer to home? Police find a threat from a Muslim student on Facebook, but DI Warren learns that the victim had fallen out with a rival far-right leader and also been threatened by a left-wing protester. And why is a group of elderly former activists in the 1984 miners' strike so interested in him?
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About the Author
Albert Clack was born in Brighton, England, in 1947; educated at Varndean Grammar School for Boys, Brighton; Bradford University (BA in French & Russian); and Sussex University (MA in International Relations). From 1969 to 2006 he was a journalist specializing in international reporting; working for Reuters News Agency for 17 years, and for ITN and other TV news companies for 20 years. As a foreign correspondent, he lived in France, Argentina, Yugoslavia, Cuba and Dubai. He is fluent in Spanish & French, and very rusty in Russian & Serbo-Croat. At the age of 59 he retrained as an actor, and has been working professionally as an actor since 2007. Stage credits include major roles in Shakespeare, Chekhov, Bernard Shaw & Oscar Wilde. In 2014 he edited his late father’s WWII prisoner-of-war memoir, ‘My Underground War’.