Finally, they’re back!
Prince Hassan of Al-Khatreh is derided and ostracised whilst at college in the USA. His sibling Jasmine attends an exclusive boarding school in England where she is bullied mercilessly. Their father, the Sheikh, is extremely disappointed to discover that his two precious offspring have been so badly mistreated.
Some time ago, a white Toyota minibus driven by a drunken American plunges 200ft over a cliff and quickly disappears into the dark waters below. Tragically, all 18 foreign tourists aboard the vehicle never stand a chance. The authorities conclude that their bodies have been eaten by sharks.
Now, 18 months later, Police reports confirm that a luxury yacht departed the waters of Al-Khatreh around midnight on the 25th of the month. However, it is only three days later, on the evening of the 28th, that it is reported missing in international waters during an electric storm.
The investigation concludes that the vessel found itself in difficulties, possibly struck by lightning, capsized and sank, although the possibility of an attack by Somali pirates cannot be ruled out. However, with no single country responsible for leading the enquiry, it is soon shelved. ‘Death by Maritime Misadventure’ is the verdict recorded. Apparently, lightning has struck twice.
The yacht was chartered by a young and wealthy American couple. They, along with their friends and a crew of four, are never to be seen again. Memorial services are held in the U.S.A. and three other countries.
Like its predecessor, this account of retribution in the dungeons of Al-Khatreh is not for the faint-hearted reader. Guilty and innocent alike are swallowed up in the Prince and Princess’s thirst for revenge. Females, males and couples suffer every kind of humiliation and pain, retraining and punishment.