Seventeen-year-old Danny’s dad went missing three years ago while making a documentary about some mysterious World War Two tunnels in Poland. So when he gets the chance to travel to Poland, finish the film his father was making, and find out what happened to him, he has to go.
Because this is a story that must be told.
Danny knows how to remain objective. Make a film. Tell a story. His dad taught him well. But then he meets the group his father was working with, and the lines between conspiracy theory and fact become blurred. As he’s forced to come out from behind his camera he realises that some questions are too big to define, some answers too complex to grasp. Some secrets are buried for a reason.
Because some stories are still being written.
Out soon…
Danny Hay takes part in a new TV magic show. They’ll take an ordinary member of the public and train them to make twenty million pounds worth of diamonds disappear from one of the most secure bank vaults in the world. All on live television. The problem is Danny isn’t an ordinary member of the public.
Because he knows what they really want.
And that there are more than diamonds in that vault.
Work in progress…