Organized Crime. Drug Smuggling. Islamic Fundamentalism. A powerful mix for a complex, sometimes dark novel!
Malika waits for someone to pay her price – a few scraps of heroin.
The smugglers’ village, close to the Afghan border, is cold and unwelcoming – its only entertainment, the whores who will put on a show and give themselves to anyone willing to pay.
A Russian gangster on the run from the KGB finds himself there against his will, but where else can he go – they want him dead.
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Phillip Strang was born in the late forties, the post-war baby boom in England; his childhood years, a comfortable middle-class upbringing in a small town, two hours drive west of London.
His childhood and the formative years were a time of innocence. Relatively few rules, and as a teenager, complete mobility, due to a bicycle – a three-speed Raleigh – and a more trusting community. It was the days before mobile phones, the internet, terrorism and wanton violence. An avid reader since childhood.