Inspector Jian is a Chinese cop from the Siberian borders who thinks he's seen it all. But his search for his missing daughter brings him to the meanest streets he's ever faced - in rural England.
Migrant worker Ding Ming is distressed - his gangmaster's making demands, he owes a lot of money to the snakeheads and no one will tell him where his wife has been taken. Maybe England isn't the `gold mountain' he was promised.....
Two desperate men, uneasy allies in a baffling foreign land, are pitted against a band of ruthless criminals. There's BAD TRAFFIC ahead.
Simon Lewis was born in Wales in 1971. His first novel GO (1999) was published by a small press and then picked up by Corgi. It sold more than 40,000 copies and led Simon into work as a film screenwriter. A fluent Mandarin speaker, he has also co-authored the Rough Guide to China. Simon chose to set his debut crime fiction among the exploited Chinese workers smuggled into Britain. He currently lives in Brixton and Shanghai.