Worthington, Sam

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  • Hookers Hero

    $4.99 Worthington, Sam
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    Early on Tuesday morning Security consultant Ted Dennison receives a phone call from a nightclub hostess and within minutes he is involved in one violent incident after another. It is clear the girl’s life is in danger but nobody knows why.
    Ted desperately looks for clues in 1970’s London as a vicious bombing campaign threatens to bring the city to a halt. Protecting his client proves increasingly difficult as those seeking her have the seemingly unlimited resources of one of London’s leading underworld figures. The chase moves to the Cotswolds and then the West Country. But Ted is forced to return to London where he faces his toughest challenge yet in London’s exclusive West End.
    With the police and security forces chasing the bombers Ted finds no help when he uncovers the truth and he is forced to take the law into his owns hands.

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  • Kelly – the Bar girl who would be president

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    The story is based in the fictitious Ramage Islands a former British colony and SE Asian state run by a wealthy elite who belittle the downtrodden and often desperately poor masses.
    After life as a street child Kelly almost inevitable ends up ‘working bar.’ She meets Philip Carrington a retired UK businessman just before her friend is killed by a tearaway driver who is the son of a local politician. The son is due to ‘walkover’ a local council bye election but Kelly makes it a competition and aided by Carrington wins. This sets in chain a series of events which lead to Kelly eventually seeking the ultimate position of President.
    But as ever in Asia there are more than a few obstacles in the way as she struggles with total corruption and an elite that may talk about good governance, and wanting a better place for all, but it the end they do not want to change anything.
    This is a fast paced story that looks into the soul of Asian governance as well as the way the West treats the third world.

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