This is a book that Peatmore Press could not resist publishing. It is a story of four people – the author’s grandfathers (maternal and paternal), his father and himself. One grandfather ended up in the Europe of the last century. The other literally walked into darkest Africa and jetted out when the world had taken a giant leap forward. The author’s father was expelled from Uganda, as were many other people of Asian origin, by Idi Amin in the 1970s and given refuge in the United Kingdom. Ramzan Hakamali, his wife and two sons now live in Surrey where he has searched out his past and now searches for the future. A search, a word when translated in Hindi is KHOJ.
Khoj is published by Peatmore Press and is available at Amazon co.uk
via http://www.peatmore.com/khoj.htm for £5.66