J B McCauley
J B McCauley is an English born Australian author.
Born in the heart of Essex County U.K., he is a retired Music Journalist/Reporter and House DJ. He has performed as a DJ accross 5 continents and has also been a very popular radio presenter.
The King of Sunday Morning is his fictional account of one man's journey through the criminal underworld set against the backdrop of the early dance music scene. Although taking place in an extremely toxic environment, The King of Sunday Morning is a tale of enduring mateship and love, a bond that runs deep through the Australian psyche.
His writing style is modern, containing liberal use of the colourful side of the English language but within which, is contained a sensitivity which belies the situation in which it sits.
"I do not write to become rich. I write to enrich. If I can achieve that then I will be a happy man."
J B McCauley lives not so quietly on the New South Wales South Coast. He broadcasts an extremely popular Podcast on the web under the title of The King of Sunday Morning and counts amongst his friends and peers some of the world's most famous DJs.
The King of Sunday Morning
Action, Thriller, Suspense, Romance
The King of Sunday Morning is the fictional tale of a criminally-connected DJ who is on the run from his English past and avoiding the inevitable crash into his Australian future. Tray McCarthy should have been something but he ended up being a nobody. He has made some bad choices in his life and as a result he must run from everything he has ever known and avoid at all costs his seemingly obvious destiny.
In return for making the worst decision in his life, he is on the run from London’s gangland identities. It is only his family’s connections that save him but in return he must hide in relative obscurity in a non-descript Australian suburban nightmare. But destiny, chance and the inevitable bad luck have dogged Tray like a gypsy curse all his life and eventually his fates collide into a seemingly impossible outcome.
This book is about one man’s journey through the international drugs trade set against the backdrop of House Music. The dialogue is direct and in your face. It contains frequent drug use and sex scenes but wending its way throughout the story is the underlying bond of love and mateship. This is Romeo and Juliet for the modern generation. Families collide and vie for supremacy in a tale of lust and vengeance.
Need Drugs? Need Money? Need Fame and Fortune? The King of Sunday Morning wished for all of that and now he wish he hadn’t.