Book one in the Simon Ellice Series of literary adventure thrillers is packed with danger, violence and wry humour.
Utterly capable, appetite-driven and unencumbered by morality, in Simon Ellice we have a new British anti-hero as charismatic as he is objectionable.
Battle-scarred from serving in Afghanistan, we find Si in the ancient smuggling port of Nador, Morocco, with his boat, Nottambulo, and the boss’s daughter, wild and unpredictable Sam. Running drugs from North Africa to Spain on moonless nights is a dangerous game, but Si makes his own rules.
When Si instinctively feels the tide turning against him, he knows it’s time to get out. But he will soon find himself tangled in a complex web of corruption, illegal power, and forbidden love far worse than even he could have imagined.
Number of pages: 388