Colin Jordan is 45 and grew up in Hertfordshire UK. This first novel touches on some of the experiences of African Caribbean people in the UK during the 1970’s, telling the story from the perspective of the burgeoning black British/West Indian ‘middle class’ of that time; yes, they did and still exist.
Cyril’s life is perfect. It’s 1977 yet he knows little of the racial and social tension borne by his black British contemporaries. He’s a happily integrated entrepreneur and a liberal Pentecostal. Then along comes Natasha who unleashes Cyril’s sexual, racial and religious fears and deepest secret.