Tells the story high and low life of jazz piano-man Jake Silver, against the backdrop of night-clubs, gangsters, and a great, obsessive love.
David Lee has worked all over the world as a pianist, vocalist and entertainer. Formerly accompanist and musical advisor to Judy Garland, he was also Musical Director on radio and TV shows such as That Was the Week That Was, That's Life and I'm Sorry I'll Read that Again. He is also a composer having written the scores for numerous TV and radio productions as well as the hit West End stage shows "Our Man Crichton" and "The Solid Gold Cadillac". His hit songs include "Kinky Boots" and "Goodness Gracious Me" recorded by Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren for which he won the coveted Ivor Novello award. David still works in London and Hollywood, and more recently helped to found Britain's first jazz radio station, Jazz FM. Nothing Rhymes with Silver is his first novel.