For me Christmas this year is all about a new beginning for the families of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 20 December 2012
Alan Hansen attended funerals of victims of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, visited the injured in the hospital and is a passionate campaigner for the honesty, integrity and dignity of the families. Now he has invited thriller readers to help lighten the load of the group's legal costs in their long fight for justice.
“For me, Christmas this year is all about a new beginning for the families of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster, families who have suffered such appalling injustice for so long and for whom a new ray of light is now at long last starting to shine. Recording the CD of ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ with many stars is one way I have been able to continue to support Margaret Aspinall and the Hillsborough Family Support Group, and giving Mike Bearcroft’s thrilling book Dangerous Score published by Dynasty Press as a Christmas present to my friends and relatives is another.”
Dangerous Score tells a story that has parallels with the Hillsborough struggle for the truth. A rising young footballer whose life and career are threatened when he is linked with the mystery disappearance of a young woman goes from hero to zero and has to fight to clear his name when he is pilloried by media and fans alike.
Readers can find copies of the paperback book via the Hillsborough Group’s website at http://www.hfsg.co.uk and http://bit.ly/U9XDsO priced at £8.99. It is also available through the WH Smith, Amazon and Tesco websites and on Kindle.
Dynasty Press is a London based publishing house specializing in authentic voices and important stories which need to be heard and made public. For further information please contact David Hornsby executive (at) dynastypress (dot) co.uk Tel+44(0)2086753435 http://www.dynastypress.co.uk