The path for the truth can be treacherous... Writer Ellen Sawyer is travelling round Britain for her investigation into how un-escorted women are treated in hotels. On the recommendation of a co-worker, Ellen visits a grand guest house in Wales, only to find it has shut its gates at the height of the season. If that wasn’t unusual enough, a geologist is then found dead in a boat belonging to Commander David Parr – the owner of the establishment. Soon it becomes apparent that something is very wrong as a conspiracy begins to unfold. Ellen finds herself swept along in a dangerous adventure as she attempts to discover who is responsible and what has happened...but she is not alone in her desire for the truth... Four Stars for Danger is a fast-paced mystery that will both thrill and delight in equal measure. Praise for John Burke ‘Polished, professional and highly inventive’ – Irish Times ‘Fearsome picture of Bright Young Things of Today’ - The Guardian ‘Murder, conspiracy, secrets.... it’s got everything!’ - Thomas Waugh John Burke (1922-2011) was born in Sussex and served in the Royal Air Force and Royal Marines during World War Two. He wrote several crime novels and thrillers under the names Jonathan Burke, J.F. Burke and John Burke, including Swift Summer(1949), which won the Atlantic Award in Literature. Some of his other novels appeared under the pseudonyms of Joanna Jones, Sara Morris, Jonathan George and Owen Burke.
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