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Poto Paddu

Dick Allan

A gripping tale of piracy in paradise

Poto Paddu

£10.99

ISBN 9781781325131

Published May 2016

Paperback
203 x 133mm (288 pages)

Jack shook his head to wake himself, trying to remember plan A. Back in Darwin, where Jack had joined Reg for a cruise to Bali, they had discussed how they might deal with pirates, but he had not taken the exercise very seriously and now he struggled to remember the details. What he did remember was Reggie’s stubborn rejection of the local advice that it was better to adopt a passive, cooperative approach than to try to fight it out with them.

Pirates attack a British yacht off the coast of Sumbawa, an island in Indonesia. They shoot the skipper and abuse his wife, Alison. After suffering great cruelty, Alison manages to escape by jumping overboard. Hell-bent on achieving justice, she appeals to the local police. However, finding them useless and corrupt, Alison is left with no choice but to take matters into her own hands. She joins forces with local girl Ngo, who has her own reasons to seek vengeance against the pirates. A powerful bond develops between these unlikely heroines and together they conspire to set a trap for the pirates and exact a terrible revenge.



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