Tiger Lily of Bangkok in London
Many of you will know that I have been writing ‘Tiger Lily 2’. It is the sequel to ‘Tiger Lily of Bangkok’. Well, this post is to announce the arrival of Tiger Lily of Bangkok two.
Tiger Lily 2 or ‘Tiger Lily of Bangkok in London’ to give it its full title is a sequel, but it is not necessary to have read the first volume to read it. It is a complete story in its own right.
Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
In this much-requested follow-up, Lily has moved to London to continue her studies as a paediatrician at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital in central London. Lily seems to be at peace at last, as she thoroughly loves her work with the staff and the children, and fits in well.
Nevertheless, she still doesn’t have any friends that she can socialise with outside working hours. Unfortunately, Lily is still a loner, as she has been since the awful child abuse that she suffered as a pre-teen.
Old Memories Surface
On one of her day’s off, Lily is reading the Sunday Times, when one of its feature articles incenses her. As she reads on, she learns of systematic child abuse in London on a huge scale. Not only that, but that the trade in minors has been going on for decades in full view of the public and the police. The article reports the epicentre of the trade in children to be Piccadilly Circus in central London. Furthermore, to make things worse, insiders contemptuously knew it as the Meat Rack. Dolphin Square, a residential area popular among politicians and celebrities, is also implicated.
Are old demons from the past beginning to haunt her again? Rage and indignation incite her to throw kitchen knives at images of politicians and public figures who purportedly took part in the outrage. So, unfortunately, it looks like Lily is winding herself up again for another bout of blood-thirty revenge!
How will Lily be able to regain control of herself, or is she bound for another mission?
You can read the first chapter of Lily’s controversial story free on this site here:
All the best,
Podcast: Tiger Lily 2: Tiger Lily of Bangkok in London