Danny's Boys.


Following exciting twists and turns,Daniel earns a reputation in London and abroad as a man not to be crossed. Continually responsible for the deaths of family members and close friends, he finds it impossible to trust anyone.

Based on a fictional criminal East London gang of kids growing up in Walthamstow. The three part story follows their rise to the top during the boom of the nineteen eighties cocaine era.


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About Richard Barnard

Author of Danny’s Boys. An East End Tale

I was born in the Sixties. As an East London boy, I spent most of my childhood experiencing what that part of the world had to offer. In truth, for me it offered very little; I simply had to take what I wanted.

Those who know me know that in years gone by I had more than my fair share of trouble with the law.

Who better to write an East End gangland thriller than a boy who’s lived it?

LIFE’S HIGHS & LOWS

I’m in a better place now having completely turned my life around.

Regrets? No, I have none; I wouldn’t change any of my past. I wouldn’t have reached these heights without having hit life’s lows. Looking back, it had to be fate. If not for my teenage struggles, you wouldn’t be reading this novel now.

EXTREME PASSION

Today, I have a fantastic partner and three amazing children. Writing is my chosen path. It’s something I was born to do and extremely passionate about.

I sincerely hope this novel gives you as much pleasure reading it as it has me in creating and writing it.

 

A NEW BRITISH WRITER

Danny’s Boys is part one of a thrilling trilogy: The Other Side and, the conclusion, The Frenchman will follow.

Based on a fictional criminal East London gang of kids growing up in Walthamstow. The three part story follows their rise to the top during the boom of the nineteen eighties cocaine era.

If you can think of anyone who would appreciate this story, please pass on the link and support a new British writer.
 

Warmest regards

R Barnard