A forbidden love draws the Mafia into fighting Radical Islam in Vinay Kolhatkar’s contemporary romantic thriller A Sharia London.

A Sharia London

by Vinay Kolhatkar

4.9 stars – 26 reviews
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A forbidden love draws the Mafia into fighting Radical Islam

An affair between Marlon, a politically correct history teacher, and Jamila Khan, his young student, must be kept a secret. Jamila works covertly toward liberating women oppressed by radical Islamism.

As Marlon awakens to the dark underbelly of orthodox Islam, a turn of events leads to Marlon becoming a fugitive charged with murder. Jamila’s testimony can free him, but her eyewitness account could incur a death fatwa from the Islamic orthodoxy. Marlon won’t let her risk herself.

Hunted by Scotland Yard, and betrayed by England, Marlon must now work with the men he once loathed—his Sicilian uncles. Jamila’s life, and his, depend on it.


“This novel is a rarity these days: plotting, imagery, dialogue, scene-setting, characterisation — all masterfully done; all telling a story worth telling, in a plot-theme needing to be told.
I couldn’t put it down. I challenge you to try. ” – Five Star Verified Purchased

A fast-paced and engrossing read. The descriptions of London are vivid and the story is very topical, covering sensitive issues that challenge our multi-cultural society. The action sequences are brilliantly set out and the twists and turns in the plot kept me wanting to find out what happens next. A bold attempt at examining the choices we make in a democracy and the personal, political and social consequences for individuals and the state alike. This book works at so many levels – the interplay of history, philosophy, religion, ethics, human rights, politics and terrorism makes it a fascinating book, lifting it above the run-of-the-mill bestsellers. A thought-provoking, disturbing and yet entertaining book.” – Five Star Amazon Review

“I don’t read much fiction in this genre, but this was a great book, very well-written, disturbing (in the right ways) and hits a lot of current issues while making some very salient points (paired with a good storyline that carries you easily along through them) but not in overly contrived ways, and not in any way that is trying to push an agenda at you.” – Five Star Amazon Review

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