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In Search of Dion

Janet Lee

Jo-Dan Rox is, as his name suggests, a little too pleased with himself. He talks incessantly, usually about himself; he lacks elementary manners; and everywhere he goes, he leaves a trail of human and material devastation.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-339-2
Published : 31/01/2019
Pages : 271
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Janet Lee

Janet lives with her long-suffering partner of thirty-five years, Alex, in Cannock, Staffordshire. She has a son, Kevin, and two grandchildren, Tom and Grace. Janet is a retired newspaper reporter/college lecturer in English and Creative Writing.

 

She runs a charity, Paul's Fun Fund, which raises money for leukaemia research as a tribute to her eldest son Paul, who lost his battle with the disease in 2011 at the age of thirty-seven.

 

Janet loves rock music and writing. The book is largely based on the author's real experiences. Readers can decide which parts are true, which are embellished - and which are wishful thinking.

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Jo-Dan Rox is, as his name suggests, a little too pleased with himself. He talks incessantly, usually about himself; he lacks elementary manners; and everywhere he goes, he leaves a trail of human and material devastation. Luckily for him, he also has a voice and an electric guitar technique to die for.
When Dion, the charismatic lead singer of the cult group Son of Gabriel, goes missing, the group feel that they must obey his parting wish: that Jo-Dan Rox be his replacement. The band's admiration for Jo-Dan's musical gifts, and their hard-won endurance of his company, create a roller-coaster ride.
Meanwhile, Jo-Dan is, surprisingly, falling in love with an unlikely English rose, Victoria. And, at the same time, he has pledged himself to secure Dion's return. All the ingredients are in place for the book's dramatic finale.

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