When young Andrew Johnson turns up for his first day in the complaints department at Scambridge Council he is immediately drawn into a web of intrigue, not only by the mysterious and beautiful Sally, but by his fearful boss, Raymond. We follow Andrew's induction into the sinister world of the secret society known to its members as 'Managers'. As Andrew learns the clandestine techniques and philosophy of 'Managers' other forces conspire to use his inside knowledge in a way which leads him, unknowingly, into deadly danger. One way or the other Andrew's life will be either changed forever or lost. Ric Morgan was born in Leigh-on-Sea, England in 1946. He was in teaching for twenty-five years ending up as head of a school on Canvey Island. A keen but average rugby player Ric was one of the very few front-row forwards to have published romantic fiction. He was a broadcaster for the BBC for fifteen years where he stood up for creative programming and got the sack. He has written, directed and performed in professional theatre including his own version of 'Beauty and the Beast' in which he played a dog and panto where he played a rat. Ric is a skilled calligrapher, top pyrographer, dodgy guitarist and a local councillor.