Hamelin's Child

Hamelin's Child

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Michael Redford died on his seventeenth birthday - the night Eddie picked him up off the street, shot him full of heroin and assaulted him. Now he's Mikey and he works for Joss. With streaked blond hair and a cute smile, he sleeps by day and services clients at night. Sometimes he remembers his old life, but with what he's become now, he knows there is no return to his comfortable middle-class background. Then he makes a friend in Lee. A child of the streets, Lee demands more from friendship than Mikey is prepared to give. But the police are closing in on them now and Mikey's not sure anymore who he really is - streetwise Mikey or plain Michael Redford. A thriller set in the seedy world of London's drug rings, this book contains strong scenes and adult material.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 126 x 200 x 24mm | 339.99g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 147013103X
  • 9781470131036
  • 2,316,055

About D J Bennett

I tell lies and make things up. Sometimes people pay me for it. www.debbiebennett.co.ukshow more

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155 ratings
4.05 out of 5 stars
5 43% (67)
4 34% (53)
3 12% (19)
2 5% (8)
1 5% (8)

Our customer reviews

One of the most utterly gripping books I’ve ever read. It made me angry what happened to Michael. It seemed so shocking – but when I thought about it, getting a girl addicted to drugs has been a favourite method of pimps to acquire girls for many, many years. It is not new because Michael is male. Yet it seems so much more shocking. I was with Michael all the way, and Kate, the big sister, doing her best. Hamelin’s Child is an extremely good book.show more
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