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John Harris is a tough Chicago cop on secondment to London. Ostensibly his mission is to advise on the massive expansion of America's drug racketeers into Europe. Privately, he longs to nail Carl Fraser, the Mr. Big who, he is sure, is behind it. Getting Fraser is a long-term obsession that has led to the breakdown of Harris's marriage. Beneath the bluff exterior, he keenly feels the loss of his wife and daughters. Yet even as Harris is at last freed from his obsession, and can think about rebuilding his rocky marriage, the underlying nightmare refuses to die. And this time, there is not just one young, Armani-suited mobster coming towards him, but hundreds of them, striding confidently through airport immigration, their faces handsome and suntanned, their eyes cocaine-bright with greed.
The Young Americans
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Anna Keaveney, Christopher Adamson, Clifford Predgen, Craig Kelly, Dave Duffy, Dig Wayne, Geoffrey McGivern, Harvey Keitel, Huggy Leaver, Iain Glen, James Duggan, John Forgeham, John Wood, Keith Allen, Nigel Clauzel, Terence Rigby, Thandie Newton, Viggo Mortensen
London Is Not Only Losing Her Soul To The Americans, She's Selling It.