Plastic House Publishing

In 1776, England is a land of misery and oppression where the poor are exploited, the law is cruel and the colonies are in revolt.

Amidst this turmoil, a violent and desperate vagabond named Lliam Shaun Hooligan is coerced by a secret society of abolitionists to destroy a shipyard that holds a key prisoner: Benjamin Franklin, the American envoy to France. Meanwhile, Lord Michael Astor, a ruthless slaver and aristocrat, indulges in his sadistic pleasures and schemes to sell hundreds of English villagers into sexual bondage in Jamaica. But Hooligan’s mission will set in motion a series of events that will change the fate of nations and peoples. From the Scottish Highlands to the Ivory Coast, from Paris to Philadelphia, Hooligan will face danger, betrayal, and redemption as he fights for freedom and justice in a world on the brink of revolution. This is Hooligan, a novel that blends deep political intrigue, historical accuracy and man’s most base instincts.