Talk about a rock-star's life: Isaac Slade, lead singer of The Fray (whose "How To Save A Life" seems to have been written for intense, slow motion montages of television doctors desperately losing a plot-integral patient), not only is a hit musician, but now appears to be descended from genuine aristocracy. Sir Benjamin Slade, an eccentric British millionaire (are there any other kind?) started his search for an heir, having no direct lines of his own, and it seems his family tree intersects with Isaac Slade's ancestors. They've visited, and things seem rather certain that Isaac Slade will be Sir Slade's successor. It's like Charles Dickens was brought back to life to write a summer-reading-list hit -- but it's REAL.
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