A Novel by S A Tameez
Join Ahmed on an epic journey to save his family in the emotionally charged, action packed thriller, The Refugee.
When Ahmed, an outspoken university professor, is forced to flee his war-torn country in a bid to save his family, he finds himself in the middle of the dangerous world of child trafficking.
With the world against him and time not on side, he must use all that he has left in him to take on a notorious crime syndicate and bring back his son.
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"Moved by the beautiful story"
Ahmed is truly a Syrian Liam Neeson as he
fights the big guns to find his lost son" Paula Lofting
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S A Tameez Author Website
S A Tameez is the author of numerous novels, short stories and children’s books. He has had a keen interest in writing from a young age and specialised in science fiction and fantasy for many years.
The author is currently working on his new Science Fiction Fantasy novel "One Percent.
To read the first few chapters of the novel click here:
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2 A tall, well-built man, wearing a black suit marched into the Arcadiapolis Police station. The cluttered room, filled with officers, fell silent. “Governor Hitchens,” a tubby man stood out of his chair. “You didn’t have to come out here. We have the situation under control.” “Chief Stevens, if you were competent enough […]
THE ONE PERCENT Written by S. A. Tameez Prologue 2120, 90 years after the world turned to hell. Through the ages, as humans, we had measured ourselves as a superior species. A dominant class that conquered the earth and humbled all else that existed into submission. There was no land nor sea that […]
3 We made our great escape. Down the corridor and straight out of the Accident and Emergency entrance. Soon as we got out, mother dialled for a taxi. My eyes caught sight of a silver BMW. “That looks like dad’s car.” I said. “That’s coz it is.” Mother rolled her eyes. I walked up […]
2 Two men in long, white coats strolled in. Doctor Raj followed from behind. Puffy sandbags under his red glowing eyes. His movements were slow. This just confirmed my theory that hospitals were places where people got sick. Poor doctor Raj, looked like he’d worked way over normal, human, working hours. I mean, what a […]