Paul Day
Paul Day was educated in Essex, England. He first worked as an engineering apprentice, served as a submariner in the Royal Navy and as a Navigation Officer in the Merchant Navy. He then opened his own Ship repair business. Paul went on to build and run several rice mills in different countries.

The Churchill Legacy is his first novel. His three other novels, "The Churchill Dilemma," "The Afghan Venture" and "The Caribbean Odyssey" will be published shortly.

Paul is married with a son and daughter, and now lives on the Island of Grand Turk in the Turks & Caicos Islands.

The Churchill Legacy

Alex Hayward the Chief Officer of the M/V British Enterprise a Dynamic Positioning ship is surveying and repairing an undersea cable in Mid-Atlantic. The specialist ship chartered to the MOD and NATO. Alex and his technician friend Trivet stumble across a strange large wreck on the seabed. The mystery deepens when they find the wreck unrecorded on any Admiralty chart.

The Royal Navy Liaison Officer on board the ship becomes suspicious of their activities. The ship suddenly ordered to return to base in Esbjerg. Alex finds himself under interrogation by the British Security Services and then fired for refusing to sign the Official Secrets Act. He finds himself on the beach with few prospects. Then realizing he is still subject to an official investigation and under surveillance. He disappears on his yacht ‘Jester’ determined to solve the mystery of the wreck.

While following up on old records he meets the delicious Kate a. nurse on leave from Doctors without Borders. Recently kidnapped and released by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Kate has a family connection with the wreck. Alex falsely accused of espionage. The couple pursued and harassed by the Security Services. They uncover a wartime conspiracy possibly involving Winston Churchill.

The intrigue may still have severe implications for the Special Relationship between the USA and Great Britain. With the potential to destroy important reputations, while changing the history of the war.
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