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.