Tim Collinwood is eager to demonstrate his advertising creative prowess when a beautiful street girl offers him a good time. He is completely enamoured by her and decides she deserves a better life. He convinces her that by using a few advertising tricks, he can promote her to any position she chooses. So she lays down a challenge. ‘Make me Prime Minister,’ she laughs.
He creates a campaign which, unfortunately, gets her involved with a drug syndicate at the top of government. She also reveals the uncouth habit of senior council officials and exposes the failings of a world charity striving to prevent human trafficking.
Her path to the top is racked with danger. She is kidnapped by the Chinese mafia and held for ransom aboard a Russian container ship. Tim Collinwood, now in love with her, realises he is the only person who knows of her whereabouts. What can he do to convince MI6 of her desperate situation?
This is a now-time story, frightening, tense and believable, definitely a trust-no-one and go-with-your-gut-feeling tale. Does she make it to the top? There are many shocking and heart-breaking surprises all the way through, other incidents are laughable and, of course, there are several touching, sincere moments. Tim Dickinson’s ability to capture the moment and the emotion maintains the suspense to the bitter end and will keep you on the edge of your seat.