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Simon Lewis was born in Wales in 1971. His first novel, about backpackers, was Go (Corgi 1999). His thriller, Bad Traffic was shortlisted for the LA Times Crime Prize. A screenwriter for Channel Four and Celador, Simon Lewis currently lives in Brixton, China and Japan.
Need experience on your Gap Year? Try murder. Bored of the 'mango smoothie' trail and keen to spice up their Facebook albums, and perhaps also their sex lives, Jake and Will take a tour into China's jungle borderland with Burma. Their guide, however, has his own agenda and gradually the two gap-year students slip into a nightmarish spiral of murder and moral decay; their chance of survival determined by a game of hide and seek played out with deadly crossbows.