Back Street Heroes - - OPEN­FACE PROD­UCTS -

'Britain’s in­ner cities in the 21st Cen­tury are cursed by vi­o­lence and law­less­ness, the au­thor­i­ties’ve lost con­trol, and so­cial me­dia wor­ships wrong-do­ers and turns them into an­ar­chis­tic mod­ern-day he­roes. Ev­ery­day peo­ple, trapped in the in­ner cities’ sink es­tates, are ter­rorised into not speak­ing out, not re­port­ing crimes, and hood­lums rule the roost.

When Dan’s fam­ily are taken from him by vi­o­lence, he fights back. Vig­i­lante? Hero? Vi­o­lent crim­i­nal? Which is he? Which would you be­come, in his place?'

‘The No­body Man’ by Steve Jenk­ins is an ex­cel­lent story of mod­ern times (with bikes in, of course), and is a damn good read. It costs just £10 from any de­cent book shop or on-line re­tail­ers or www. vic­tori­na­

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