Spice by Robert A Webster


byRobert A Webster

Kobo ebook | January 14, 2014

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After almost forty years of searching, Ravuth at last feels hopeful. Gazing out of the window he thinks about the last time he saw his parents and mischievous younger brother. He grimaces as he recalls watching the Khmer Rouge herd them off like animals along with the rest of his villagers.

Letting out a deep sigh, Ravuth wonders, ‘Are they all still alive? What will they look like now? Will they remember me? I can only imagine what they’ve been through.’ With his thoughts in turmoil, his eardrums pop and his stomach churns as the plane descends through clouds as it approaches Phnom Penh International airport.

This thrilling, unpredictable, yet sometimes hilarious quest, takes you from the fashionable London restaurant scene to the wild untamed jungles of the Cardamom Mountains, where an English baker and a Cambodian refugee search for a missing family and try to find an amazing plant.

Ben Bakewell is the Master Pâtissier at one of London’s most prestigious restaurants.

Better known as Cake, he befriends Ravuth, a refugee from the killing fields of Cambodia who fled to England in the 1970’s as the Khmer Rouge ravished his country.

As a youngster, Ravuth stumbled across an unknown plant, the source of an incredible and unique spice.

Separated from his family by the Khmer Rouge, and having spent the majority of his life trying to trace them, Ravuth returns to Cambodia with Cake to seek the rare plant and find his missing loved ones.

Arriving in Cambodia, they team up with a disgraced ex-DEA agent bent on revenge and needs to find the plant for purposes that are far more sinister.

They furrow into the deepest parts of the untamed, unforgiving, Cardamom jungle where they barely come out alive.

Please enjoy Spice today!

Title:SpiceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 14, 2014Publisher:Robert A WebsterLanguage:English

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