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The Price Of Honour – Seeking Justice-bookcover

By: Nash Ramji

The Price Of Honour – Seeking Justice

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This sequel to the author’s The Price of Honour is an equally absorbing and compelling read.

Papaji remains attached to traditional cultural values and cannot bring his ways of thinking into the twenty-first century. This failure to change may unleash even more catastrophic consequences than before.

His family is broken by the brutal killing of Saleena. Raazia, in particular, is tormented by her dilemma and desperately seeks justice for her sister’s murder.

Abdel, by contrast, waits to see what his father will do.

The family is fragmented and things reach breaking point.

What will the family do now? But more importantly, what will Raazia do?

This compelling and exhilarating story will appeal particularly to readers who love legal courtroom dramas.

Nash Ramji was born in Soroti, Uganda. He arrived in the UK as a refugee at the age of twelve and settled with his parents in Birmingham in the early 1970s. His secondary education was at a comprehensive school there. Following obtaining a law degree from Wolverhampton Polytechnic in the 1980s, he attended The University of Law in Chester. In 1991, he was admitted on the roll of solicitors and has since worked in the legal profession as a solicitor. He settled in Loughborough in 1995. Currently he is a director in a law firm in Leicester.

During his long career, one of his proudest moments, apart from the birth of his two children, was that he served the community as a JP. Being appointed and to serve as a magistrate in 2005 was an absolute honour for him. He sat on many cases in the magistrate’s court, dealing with adult criminal cases. One particular case concerned honour killing. This is where the idea about writing this book came from.

He has two children, Ali and Mariam.

Customer Reviews
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  • Nazir Rumani

    Read the book while on holiday in Dubai in 3 days !
    A gripping court-room drama that holds the reader's attention span throughout the book.
    Written by someone who knows well the workings of the UK courts and the legal system and much of this is reflected in the book.
    Add to that the socio political angle and different cultures, the story has many facets to it.

    Watch out for more from this Authour..

  • Riz

    Nash, a best-seller in the making, if not already there!

    Wow, I would have not expected such a high level of articulation especially following from the first book which was exquisitely executed. It can be seen that the progress made can only be described properly as in leaps and bounds. Nash has outdone himself, exponentially improving from his first book. This exemplifies his dedication to writing whilst keeping his readers at the forefront. I truly enjoyed the read, a work of art to be proud of.

    The use of language in the sequel is second to none, vocabulary and syntax is at a certain level which I would expect from a fifth book and beyond; the author has truly exceeded my expectations, I am truly impressed.
    Not just the use of language per se, the structure of the book, chronological sequence of events and fair character narrative distribution shows a high level of sophisticated thinking, strategic planning, and careful implementation from a very experienced writer.

    The book flows flawlessly and, transitioning between the inner story lines has been done in an equanimous manner, beautifully and eloquently executed. It is my opinion this book puts Nash in the top percentile amongst his peers.
    Nash, you have clearly demonstrated a unique gift and, profound skills in your story telling ability. It has certainly been a pleasure to experience your work and no doubt, there will be more to come. I am pleased to say that I have now added your name to my reading list. I look forward to the next instalment and, your future projects. You are truly talented, please continue to share your gift with the rest of us.

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