Expelled by Idi Amin from Uganda, Ramesh Chandra came to the UK in 1972 and built a new and successful life with his wife and children. Accountant by profession, this is the first time he has turned his hand to a novel, drawing on the world of business, finance and East Africa, worlds all familiar to him.
‘Ramesh Chandra’s Kenya Project is a winner all the way. A real thriller about ambition, greed, sex and a power struggle between husband and wife. This all set against a background of shady business dealings involving a culture quite foreign to our own. The pace and tension never lets up. Once you have begun to read it, you won’t be able to put it down.’ Richard Briers