Coke on the Rocks

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Trafford Publishing, Sep 6, 2004 - Fiction
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Coke on the Rocks is a powerful drama set in sunny Spain, about a group of expatriates struggling to live a normal life on the Costa del Sol. But it seems impossible for them not to get drawn into the insidious underworld of criminal activity. This book has terrific pace and is a wonderful example of fiction enhanced by fact. It is written in a way as to entertain as well as inform, and is very funny in parts due to the colourful characters whose lives we follow as they evolve and grow. Drug smuggling is on the increase, and the cocaine consumption in Spain is higher than anywhere else in Europe. Prostitution and promiscuity are two more examples of the darker side of life, hidden behind the seductive high life that is advertised in the brochures and the media. Some of the scenes in this novel will shock and may seem unbelievable - but trust me - there is far more fact than fiction in Coke on the Rocks. This book is not only a must for all expatriates but also a warning to anyone in the U.K. who is thinking about moving to Spain. The Costa is a fabulous place to live - but only if you are aware of the pitfalls. Before you buy your dream villa you really must read Coke on the Rocks.

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