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Sophie is a sweet university student who has been working for two years for a wise man called Gol. She is confused by his attitude towards her -he has barely spoken to her or exhibited any explicit interest in her, but she feels a strange sensation in her heart for him. Unbeknownst to her, Gol has realised that she owns half his soul but is not yet ready to understand his love for her.

Confused and indignant towards herself, Sophie decides to move away from Gol. She finds a job at a restaurant owned by an Asian woman called Aziza, where she must deal with some dormant past emotions she shared with Usman, Aziza's eldest son. After a while, Sophie is sacked by Islam, Aziza's youngest son.

She finds a job at Garry's restaurant as a waitress. Faced with untoward demands, she is worried that if she refuses to obey Garry and his son, Draco, she will lose her job. And she is also in danger of losing two ‘protectors' in the form of the head waiter and the head chef. However, Garry, his lady friend, Julie Atkins, and the head chef, Mehmet, are murdered and Sophie is framed for their murders.
Can she prove her innocence and who are the real murderers?

ISBN : 978-1-80439-232-4

Published: 26/10/2023

Pages : 384

Size : 234x156

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Mostafa Ghanbari

Does Mostafa know what or who he is? Well, he was born and raised in Iran,
the forgotten mother of civilization. And moved to the beautiful England at
the grand age of thirty-five and became a bloody Englishman.He does not
drink, and swears, only, if it is completely necessary. Ages ago, he read
Charles Bukowski only to realize that his first novel would be good to go
just a while after his fiftieth birthday, 23rd April, 2022. In all, he is a
positively delusional guy who understands philosophy and loves literature
and knows his way around history and psychology.

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