Fiction featuring Care Experience
The Broken Shore
Before the Jimmy Savile scandal broke, South African born Australian writer, Peter Temple, tells an eerily similar (fictional) story in the award-winning The Broken Shore (2005)
Detective Cashin is investigating the murder of a prominent philanthropist and discovers the well regarded old man ran a charitable organisation to provide a cover for a group of paedophiles - including himself.
The misnamed 'Moral Companions' would organise camps for boys in foster care and children's homes to give them "a bit of fun" (Temple, 320).