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Angel’s Dream was inspired by real events in the life of film star Diana Dors. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s she organised adult ‘swingers’ parties at her home in Sunningdale, Berkshire. Celebrities were introduced to young starlets along with generous supplies of alcohol, drugs and pornography. Dors secretly filmed her guests’ exploits and kept an archive of her favourite performances. When the News of The World got wind of the parties, she sold them exclusive stories which they ran over many weeks. Having once been declared bankrupt by the Inland Revenue, Dors hid millions of pounds in secret bank accounts. In 1982 she gave her son a coded note revealing where the money could be found. Only her husband knew the key that would crack the code, but he took the secret to his grave. Angel’s Dream unlocks the dark enigmas of a faded star ...

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