This thrilling, unpredictable, yet sometimes hilarious quest, takes you from the fashionable London restaurant scene to the wild untamed jungles of the Cardamom Mountains, where an English baker and a Cambodian refugee search for a missing family and try to find an amazing plant.
Ben Bakewell is the Master Pâtissier at one of London's most prestigious restaurants.
Better known as Cake, he befriends Ravuth, a refugee from the killing fields of Cambodia who fled to England in the 1970's as the Khmer Rouge ravished his country.
As a youngster, Ravuth stumbled across an unknown plant, the source of an incredible and unique spice.
Separated from his family by the Khmer Rouge, and having spent the majority of his life trying to trace them, Ravuth returns to Cambodia with Cake to seek the rare plant and find his missing loved ones.
Arriving in Cambodia, they team up with a disgraced ex-DEA agent bent on revenge and needs to find the plant for purposes that are far more sinister.
They furrow into the deepest parts of the untamed, unforgiving, Cardamom jungle where they barely come out alive.
Please enjoy Spice today!
|Publisher:||Robert A Webster|
|File size:||4 MB|
About the Author
Robert A. Webster is a multi-genre author based in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Originally from Cleethorpes, UK, he embodies both hearty wit and adventurous vigor, making his prose insanely memorable and incessantly enjoyable. His unique brand of snarky humour and imaginative storytelling breathe vivid life into his work, which combines comical British characters with exotic Southeast Asian settings. The result is "brilliant" and "unpredictable," as Dinorah Blackman of Readers' Favorite says.
His first novel Siam Storm received rave reviews in the expat community in southeast Asia. Its sequels, Chalice and Bimat, were similarly acclaimed. Protector, the fourth book of the Siam Storm series, continues the journey of the lovable scallywags who have a penchant for mischief. The books document high-octane escapades and colourful, fantastical narratives that don't stop.
His other hilarious novels include Fossils and Spice, and his journey into the Paranormal genre with PATH and Next makes him an adaptable imaginative writer.
When he's not crafting unforgettable stories, he enjoys snorkelling, self-deprecating humour, and the warm climate of Cambodia.