Two boy sopranos in 1938. John Rees, a rascal from South Wales. Issy Kaddar, a Jewish refugee fleeing Nazi Germany. Both are unable to resist the calculating wiles of a beautiful chorus girl. From the horrors of Berlin and the choirs of Wales, the two boys find fame and fortune with Steffani's Silver Songsters, with one becoming 'Britain's Greatest Boy Soprano'. Based on true events. The twists and turns never stop, the friendship never ends.
Julian is the author of the Ragged Cliffs Trilogy and legal thriller 'The Bent Brief'. He trained as a lawyer in London, has been a law lecturer and manager of LSC (legal Aid) contracts for CAB in some of the most deprived areas of the country. He is a columnist, journalist and weekly guest 'Letter from Wales' contributor to the influential Westminster Labour Uncut, guest speaker and also makes contributions to both Welsh and national broadcasting and media.