Every day’s a Monday by Joseph Dickerson

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TWO British Venture Capital assessors go to a third world island republic to assess a Venture Capital application by two brothers.

The application is an attempt at fraud, and this is soon uncovered by the two assessors.

The assessors are helped by a local family who have had tragic experience of the kind of treatment to be expected if the two brothers are crossed.

Their mother, who was a lawyer, was mysteriously killed when her car plunged over a cliff.

The brothers control much of the crime on the island, and their powers extend into the government, the police, and even into the judiciary. They threaten the two Brits with dire consequences if their application is not approved.

They are arrested on charges of deception and held in pitch darkness, in solitary confinement, and beaten. After a charade of a court hearing they are sentenced to six years in Podomia Prison.

There is no lunatic asylum, or young offender’s prison in this republic, and thus the inmates are a frightening mix.

The Brits are subjected to beatings, rape, a stabbing, and other general ill treatment by both the inmates and the guards, under instructions from the two brothers, Can they escape?

No one has ever done so from Podomia Prison.

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