An escape during deportation from Britain by Kinolo Java, a high-profile trade union opponent of the Baraki regime in Algeria is followed by capture in Buckingham Palace which draws in the royals. Deported back to Algeria and facing certain death in prison, he escapes and is hunted down by assassins in Algeria, Spain and Morocco. This story of a life and death struggle against overwhelming odds reveals the darker politics of governments, driven by moral panics over illegal immigration in the media and the tabloid press. Murder, sex and betrayal loom over this story of one asylum seeker's escape from oppression and search for freedom and justice.
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