The Scene Club

Posted on 21 July 2019 by Admin   | 

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The Mods have been part of British youth culture since the early 1960s. Each generation, it seems, finds its own expression of 'modism'. But for them all, one place arguably encapsulates the original mod culture more than any other; The Scene Club, in London's Soho. Perhaps it is because it was there at the beginning that the little venue in a basement beneath Ham Yard has an almost mythical reputation the world over. Perhaps it is because, having been at the centre of the subculture in 1964, it had closed by '66 and disappeared without a trace.

Fast forward fifty years and Bletchley Park's Harry Stammers finds himself drawn into the search for Gina Lawrence, whose unexplained disappearance from the Scene Club in 1964 has dogged the careers of brothers and former members of The Monks, Micky and Spencer Milburn. Journalist Holly Holgate is convinced that the younger of the two, singer Micky Milburn, killed her, during a drug-fuelled three-in-a-bed celebration of the band's first Number One. But Stammers isn't so sure.

Troubled by repeated 'visions' of Lawrence and an unidentified child, Stammers is determined not to become involved. But when, impossibly, his ten year old daughter Martha shares the same visions, Harry and his wife Ellen conclude that following their 'intuition' may be the lesser of evils.

'The Scene Club' marks the long awaited return of one time Bletchley Park Curator and now Chief Officer, Harry Stammers.

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Building 41

Posted on 21 January 2016 by Admin   | 

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Taking the codebook from the petty officer’s kitbag, one night in 1944, in the little Wolverton pub, had been like tossing a stone into the ocean. The ripples of it seemed endless. Now, some sixty years later, time finally catches up with Bletchley Park veteran Elsie Sidthorpe, as she is tested once again by Günther Möller, the renegade German with his own hidden past. This time Elsie has an insurance policy. Or two, in fact. When the first of them fails, Bletchley Park curator Harry Stammers is thrust into a desperate race to unravel their secrets and the truth about a mother who has been missing since his childhood.

With the mysterious ‘Smith’ manipulating events for his own covert ends and Möller preparing his final move, Stammers and the acid-tongued Jane Mears must accomplish the impossible. But not before they have deciphered the secrets of BUILDING 41.

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'The Battle of Wood Green'

Posted on 21 November 2014 by Admin   |    
Battle of Wood Green  

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1970’s North London provides the backdrop to the second book in the Harry Stammers series, THE BATTLE OF WOOD GREEN. Teacher Liz Muir believes that she has put her life as an MI5 agent behind her. But when an ex-pupil is brutally murdered at an anti-Nazi rally and her former MI5 master re-appears, she is forced back into service and a life of secrets and lies begins to unravel.

The Battle of Wood Green is the hotly awaited second book in The Harry Stammers Series. Get hold of your copy now!

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The Shelter

Posted on 19 June 2014 by Admin   |    

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It is 10 November 1944 and a young woman in a woollen coat steps off a trolley bus into the darkness of wartime London and vanishes. Sixty years later, museum curator Harry Stammers receives an intriguing invitation from Bletchley Park veteran Elsie Sidthorpe. Aided by Ellen Carmichael Elsie's great niece, Stammers sets out to discover the truth about what happened to Martha Watts. » Read more about the shelter

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