Andy Lang was born in the north west of England in 1965 and worked in the early years as an engineer in an agricultural manufacturing company. Moving from the United Kingdom in the late 1990's he subsequently spent many years in the entertainment industry in Cataluña, Northern Spain and property sales in Andalucia, Southern Spain. After several years workings as an Independent Financial Advisor in East Africa, he now writes full time. Over the years he has travelled extensively and has lived in Spain, the west of France, Brazil, Kenya and South Africa.
He currently lives with his wife and their young sons in Kenya.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
So many stories, and so long ago. I read the Lord of the Flies in secondary school, but that wasn't out of choice just like To Kill a Mockingbird! I guess the first story that I enjoyed was read to me (and the rest of the class by my headmaster Mr Cooper in primary school,) and that was The Hobbit. The first story that I read alone was probably Watership Down by Richard Adams, and even at that tender age I understood that it was a stab at communism (the cold war was still simmering at the time!) I remember the paperback being very thick, and I said to myself then... one day I will write a book like this (the number of pages, but not the theme!!)
What are your five favorite books, and why?
The first has to be the ultimate best seller... The Bible, and I won't be making any justifications as to why! Second, and I´m not really listing in any particular order now... is the Lord of the Rings. For me this is the ultimate fantasy world, and there is so much background information given and written it's sometimes difficult to remember Middle Earth really is fantasy and not ancient history. Next: The Descent by Jeff Long. I have seen so many bad reviews for this book, and I cannot understand why. Mr Long creates a world beneath or feet that could so easily be true, and if you are interested in an adventure with both science and religion mixed in fairly equal measure... then give this book a try. Fourth: Hamlet. Who can resist a little bit of Shakespeare? And I have always enjoyed the conflict of doubt and conviction... combined with a dash of insanity and treachery too! "Do It England!" So many other books could follow, The Constant Gardener, The Bone Collector, The Pelican Brief... but I have to finish with an old favourite, The Seventh Scroll by Wilbur Smith. His writing has always appealed to me, maybe because I have always felt more at home in Africa than anywhere else in the world.
A series of contemporary fiction novels that approach the scourge of human trafficking from several different angles. From abduction and forced prostitution, the trade in human body parts, child abuse in the third world to human slave auctions.
A series of adventure novels that follow the adventures of beautiful Ethiopian historial Ayana Regassa and British television personality James Preston as they investigate ancient mysteries in darkest Africa. Action and adventure, romance, spirituality, myth and the paranormal.
A Special Offer for all those stuck in isolation or quarantine. Three full Human Trafficking novels in a single bargain edition. This collection will remain available and discounted for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
Traffik: The Stolen Girls, The Red Trade and Finding Justine.
Following on from Harvester Seven (Harvester 7) ... Galactic war looms, and three major powers jostle for supremacy in an unstable alliance of planets. Will Chancellor Go'an emerge from the coming conflict as the leader of a federation, or will his partners see through his facade. His confidence is based on his new Kressa fleet, superior attack ships with biological senses and boasting the instinc
Two novels in one bumper volume. The Fountain of Saba and Tokoloshe combined. Follow the adventures of Ethiopian historian Ayana Regassa and British TV personality James Preston as their adventures begin in the Ethiopian Highlands, before moving on in Tokoloshe to the Zambezi River Valley. Stories of superstition and faith, discovery and loss, the supernatural and redemption.
Only the most powerful witch doctor can call the evil, but few can send it away.
The Tokoloshe, the un-dead, it will follow forever!
An adventure that transports you from the Townships of South Africa to the humidity of the Zambesi valley, to the heart of Mozambique. A tale of superstition, forbidden love, temptation...
A disturbing story of human trafficking that reveals hidden truths that many wish to deny exist.
A story that ranges from the IDP camps of northern Uganda to the wide, majestic plains of the Serengeti, and far across the Indian Ocean to distant Pakistan.
A story of abuse, subjugation, cruelty and superstition, morality, and finally hope and redemption.
A story of modern day slavery. 4 girls stolen from their homes and sold into a life of degradation and humiliation. 4 very different girls who learn to respect and rely on each other as they battle for survival against the odds and a powerful enemy.
Follow spoilt and vain Jata, sensible and motherly Akinyi, sensitive but disturbed Shani and worldly Marija as they strive to regain their freedom
Deborah Grant is a normal, healthy teenager. A girl standing at a crossroads in her young life, and she has a decision to make:
Allow her loving yet domineering father dictate her future, or.
Strike out on her own, follow her heart and dare to dream?
The genetic secret to all life in the universe revealed, and so begins the countdown to Armageddon.
For over seven hundred years the harvesters had been voyaging into deep space, but each journey was becoming longer, because suitable planets were getting fewer and more difficult for the scouts to discover. Terrillia was a dying planet and nothing could be done to prevent the inevitable.
Earl Marcus, a devotee of the sixteenth century libertine the Marquis de Sade. A man of unimaginable wealth, and unspeakable depravity, Driven by the writings of his hero, a man determined to translate the sordid fiction of Justine, his favourite book, into terrifying fact.
Theresa. The very essence of virtue. Stolen from her home, her identity erased. A girl desperate f