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Hellfire is the story of the infamous English club of the same name patronized by famous men of the 18th century including Benjamin Franklin and Samuel Johnson.
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Michael Dennison is originally from England, particularly Watford, but he moved to the United States in 1967 where he worked for the International Monetary Fund for over thirty years until his retirement at the end of 1999. Previously he had worked for the Watford Timber Company and then for eight years in the wine trade in London for A.J. Koenen Ltd. Michael is the author of Hellfire a historical romance set in England. Hellfire recounts the events that led to the scandalous exposure of the activities of the HellFire club whose famous patrons included Benjamin Franklin and high placed members of British society. Michael is interested in history and genealogy and The Story of the Four Ds is a detailed history of his own family. Michael's latest historical novel, Mistletoe is based on a mysterious tunnel in the East End of London that he actually visited as a young man.
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