Dai Llewellyn is the pen name of David Ellis, whose contact details are:
To date Dai has had four books published:
Poor Little Chess Boy (2009) Buy here
Rough Diamond (2010) Buy here
Jack in the Box (2011) Buy here
Jack the Lad (2011) Buy here
The first is semi-autobiographical and the last three represent the Jack Diamond trilogy, all of which can be downloaded from Amazon Kindle; the first is a paperback available from Amazon books and several other outlets.
The genre is crime-espionage and the main character of the trilogy is an iconic SIS (MI6) secret agent who regularly disposes of his department's dirty washing, permanently. Jack Diamond is a multi-talented assassin, much admired by the opposite sex and by his masters in London's Vauxhall Cross MI6 headquarters, but for wholly different reasons
Dai is a retired government intelligence manager, having spent 36 years in the UK Immigration Service, during which time he had a long term diplomatic posting to India and spent long periods working in Service's on-entry and enforcement controls and at UKIS headquarters. Prior to his retirement he had close contacts with the three British Intelligence Services and, to a lesser extent, with counterparts in the USA and several European countries.
Dai is married with four grown up children and lives in South East England. His interests include playing bad golf in good company, music, reading good books, traveling and fine food and wine.