Beyond Hercules is a drug smuggling book with a difference: no big players, no multi-millionaires, no guns, no violence, no jail, no bother, and no regrets. This is one manas account of the escalation of Moroccan hashish smuggling in the free and easy eighties, where few, if any, ever came close to being known about, far less pursued or incarcerated. Back then the ever increasing demand was met by happy-go-lucky, fun loving, thrill seekers, who raced powerboats across the Straits of Gibraltar on moonless nights to fetch and deliver ton after ton. Time off was spent indulging in the benefits of a lucrative, tax-free income in a sun-kissed climate. Devising and implementing other ever more ingenious ways to smuggle hash without a hint of detection was also a favourite personal pastime. Inevitably the creative juices flowed towards the simplest of plans for one audacious final clandestine run: a walk-away pay-day. Beyond Hercules fully endorses the growing global movement of people who are dispelling the stigma associated with cannabis and campaigning for its legalisation... accepting my embrace as I began to run my hands lightly over her back, bum and thighs, fixed me again with her still sparkling ... had I been in the pleasure being bestowed on me, I hadna#39;t seen Micky remove her clothes and loosen her hair.
|Publisher||:||Indie Publishing Limited - 2014-03-27|