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By: Alan R Cable


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Simon Davis, the PM for the Peoples Unite Party, was confident that in the next election, on 7 May 2015, he would be staying in 10 Downing Street behind the black door. But with the train crash into Waterloo Station and the PM being stretchered off, it was not until he reached the hospital for treatment that his panic kicked in—he had left his parliamentary red case on the crashed train.


The PM was not aware that young Rob Hat had crawled into the first-class carriage to witness the benefits it had to offer. This was when Rob Hat noticed the red parliamentary case. He never knew at this juncture what the contents in this red case were. Later on, when discovery of its contents was to become public knowledge, one could be assured PM Simon Davis would be wanting to kick all his earlier confidence into the long grass.


A little later in the same week, the notorious criminal Trevor Charles Baines was put to rest at Honour Oak Cemetery in South London. With his death, the millions he had stolen died along with him.


It was not until Rob was in the Kilimanjaro region, helping his uncle with his tourism business that also helped the less fortunate children, that he found Baines was out on a jolly, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Even with the disguise, Baines’s unique tattoo gave him away.

Alan R Cable was a consultant for one of the world’s largest IT companies, Hewlett Packard, from 1995 to 2001. This consultancy and a visit to East Africa in 1995 led him to form ‘Aid into Africa’. AIA is proud to say it has delivered 350 tonnes of educational and medical aid into the Third World.

Retiring in 2008 after 38 flights in and out of East Africa with his vast experiences he had gained there, Alan, with his entire family’s support and advice, is attempting to put his knowledge of Africa into his novels. He is grateful to Austin Macauley for publishing Hoodwink for him.

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