Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/24/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781425141585
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781425163235

About the Book

INSEPERABLE is the fictional story of a passionate love affair between a Jewish girl and a Muslim terrorist.

The Torah and the Koran confirm that followers of the Prophet of Islam and the descendants of Abraham are in fact united in the worship of one God even if Muslims give him the name of Allah. Therefore there is no reason why love between a woman and man of different faiths can transcend all bigotry. Scientists tell us that Hebrew and Arab have some identical chromosomes.

Welcome to a mesmerising trail that encompasses the passion evil that blights the devilish world of the 21st Century. Jamal Bin Sharif and Esther Appelbaum are both fictional beings. Much to the disgust of the western world, Osama Bin Laden is an evil terrorist and sadistic war lord. The author, John Davies, does not believe he has libelled such a monster. If inadvertently he has done so he offers no apology. In the interests of security John Davies has protected the names of certain people who might be on Al Qaeda's hit list.

If ever a man deserved to join Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein in the international annals of appalling sadistic wickedness it is the odious Osama Bin Laden.

About the Author

JOHN DAVIES, born in the 1920's, if anything, was destined to be a professional footballer. The only son of Stanley Davies who played for Preston North End, Everton and West Bromwich Albion between 1919-30 as well as making 18 appearances for Wales. However the outbreak of World War II when he was an apprentice professional footballer altered John's life, as it did for most young men at that point in history. He joined up and spent the next five years in the RAF making two tours of duty as a rear gunner with Bomber Command. After the war he went into journalism and worked as a sportswriter with the Daily Mail and Daily Express travelling the world to cover top sporting events for the next 35 years.

As a sportswriter he wrote several books such as 'Moonstruck Parrots', a coffee table 100 year history of Soccer, 'Golden Studs' a parody on galactic, millionaire footballers such as David Beckham, as well as biographies of Brian Clough, Lester Piggott and Billy Wright. He moved to Majorca on the death of his wife, Rosa, starting a switch of genre to fiction in 2004. His first novel the mafia orientated 'Lorenzo's Legacy', also published by Trafford, sold well and the movie rights were bought by Hollywood, although the cameras have not started to roll as yet. This, his second novel, 'Inseperable', deals with the curse of the 21st Century, terrorism.