Twenty two years old, Harry likes to think of himself as a lad with a conscience. A bit of a charmer he's nevertheless been active on the public demonstration front since his mid teens and firmly believes that the governments of the world are hiding things from their citizens. He's currently involved in a number of affirmative action organisations and political pressure groups, although if pushed he'd probably admit it was more about impressing the girls than anything else.
Harry's twin sister Jules is the straight man (or woman) of the two siblings. Pragmatic and direct she's never afraid to say her piece and more often than not talks some good sense into the bargain. Her attitude to life is to stand up tall and take on your responsibilities like a woman, something she's had little choice about since the loss of her parents years ago. Jules was always closer to Rose than her brother. While Harry would tire quickly of the quests and puzzles Gran would set the young Greys, Jules always found them fascinating.
Rose Grey continues in death to be exactly what she was in life – namely something of an enigma. Her past is almost wilfully bland and yet dotted with moments of intense tragedy. The loss of her son and daughter in law being a case in point. Perhaps the lack of readily available information is related to her late Husband's working life. He spent his entire career with the British secret service, keeping the secrets of the country safe. Something not lost or particularly admired by his anarchist grandson, Harry.