Cover of The Curry Mile

The Curry Mile

Zahid Hussain

Daddy’s girl, Sorayah Butt has everything: the gorgeous live-in boy, the dream apartment, the enticing job offer. Her world is thrown upside down when her father turns up on her doorstep and discovers her with her dream boy in a state of undress. Her father disowns her. When the family business threatens to go belly up without her intervention, Sorayah is caught on the horns of a dilemma: should she come to the rescue or leave her Dad to be ruined by the business melt-down? The Curry Mile is about being a free spirit and trying to stay that way. Set against the backdrop of the cut-throat restaurant trade, it depicts life for Twenty-Somethings as it has never been shown before.

Contemporary fiction
Publishing Details:
Suitcase, 2006

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