Daughter brutally murdered, and his clandestine past closing in on him, leaves Branen with no choice but to return to the streets of Soho one last time.

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The constant buzz of the bees went deep into Harry’s psyche. He would sometimes feel reassured by the sound. At other times it would trigger paranoia…

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I had felt good…and walked through Soho to Chinatown…the sun was still warm enough to penetrate my leather jacket even though it was October.

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Soho Honey book trailer

For a taste of Soho Honey watch the 1min 30sec trailer capturing the energy of Soho street life and it’s dark influences of drugs, sex and crime.

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This contemporary crime story takes place over three weeks in November and unfolds against the multi-cultural backdrop of Soho, London. Branen had to leave the UK six years before to escape his complex clandestine history and the consequences of a crime that achieved worldwide notoriety. When his daughter is brutally murdered in Soho he believes that he could be the reason. He returns to his old hunting grounds to find the killer.

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Soho Honey

Soho Honey Audio files

A.W. Rock shares why it was important to get the right voice for the Soho Honey Audiobook and why he decided to go with the actor Jay Villiers.

A.W. Rock interview

We have put together a series of short audio files taken from the Audiobook.

Branen’s retreat

Harry’s beehives

Branen and the brothel

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Short stories by A.W. Rock

A.W. Rock is writing a series of short stories that have been divided up into concise daily episodes.


Soho Noel

Soho Mule


Soho is a village within the heart of London.

Entering Soho there is a change of atmosphere from London’s congested metropolis.

Soho is full of contradictions. Beneath the sociable veneer of the cafés, bars and restaurants there exists an underworld of crime and a thriving drug industry.

After spending too much time in the clubs and bars of Soho, and meeting many eccentric people, A.W. Rock was driven to tell a story that is in part drawn from real events.