No Such Place as ASHA : An Extremist Novel
Beer-loving Brighton journalist Jon Harvey has been dragged out of semi-retirement by an old friend, who wants him to find his missing adult son, Henry. Relying on his famous sense of intuition and some strange coincidences, Jon follows the trail from an eccentric left-wing library in Edinburgh, to an anti-capitalist convergence centre in London and then to an isolated corner of rural France. The questions just don't stop coming in this intriguing political thriller from Paul Cudenec, author of The Fakir of Florence and The Anarchist Revelation. What is Henry up to? What is the significance of the books that seem to be guiding his movements? What is the precise agenda of the Kitson Institute of Democracy, for which Henry has been working? And, most of all, what, who or where is Asha and why does it seem to lie at the centre of this whole entangled ideological intrigue?
- Paperback | 396 pages
- 127 x 203 x 22mm | 426g
- 22 Jan 2019
- Independently Published
- Illustrations, black and white