A Pre-story of the Bradford 12 – Republished 40 years on.

“At the time of writing this novel in jail, I never thought I would be free and alive 40 years later to share its republication.” 

The novel charts the experience of second-generation migrants to the UK. Set in the declining textile industry of the North of England. It is a raw story of pain and anger at the relentlessness of British racism, from the street to the state -a story of an unquenchable desire for justice and the reclaimation of human dignity wrapped around questions of identity at a crossroads between religion, language, history and resistance. This is a book that addresses social. political and literary issues still very much with us today