13 Hours to Baghdad
AUTHOR C.K. KARA
FORMAT Portrait; 145mm x 210mm; Paperback
Amongst Durban’s problems of xenophobic attacks, taxi violence and high unemployment, two new threats are looming ahead.
Insurance broker Simon Underwood, in denial about his biggest financial loss, engages in some serious cases of fraud and corruption, entangling prominent society figures in his web.
Chris Nkandla, Head of Water and Sanitation and Judge of the Durban High Court, announces a sinister plan to let the country live off other methods of sanitising water because the safest option is simply too expensive to implement.
Teetering on the edge, Simon is forced to make amends with Chris Nkandla, but when his attempts fail to secure an income for his business through the Judge, Simon is arrested for fraud and corruption.
Much to the everyone’s dismay, Nkandla frees the man who has robbed everybody blind. This outrageous act provides the Judge with the perfect candidate for his own scheme…