June 20 2013 Latest news:
John Phillips , Senior Reporter
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Dagenham author Antony F Donoghue has published a thriller about a secret society of professionals joining forces to solve mysteries plaguing their lives.
Written like a film script, The Secrets Club follows secret meetings between a judge, journalist, police officer and other workers trying to disentangle enigmas including an alleged rape by a football player and a jewellery heist.
Antony, 25, has already published two poetry anthologies and a sci-fi novel called The Bona Fides, a fresh take on angels and demons.
Antony, of Raydons Road, said: “It’s almost like a jigsaw puzzle with a missing piece.
“The journalist has to dig deep. It’s a secret society. They meet in a basement in central London.”
The self-published thriller is available on paperback through Amazon and on Kindle.
A commuter allegedly filmed hurling racist abuse on the London Underground was in court today.
Hundreds are expected to attend an annual exhibition promoting some of east London’s top businesses.
Wasteful spending “would not be repeated today” claimed the council after it was revealed to have spent £10,000 on flowers over five years.
In November 1956 Mr Munn, chief public relations officer of the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, walked into the office of the Barking Advertiser, where I was a reporter.