‘I was walking down Wardour Street on my way to Costas Lounge when a woman ran out of an alleyway and straight into me; she tripped and fell into the gutter. I crouched down to help her.’

Soho Trap by A.W. Rock – A short story in seven parts.
Read Part 1 in full here


“Having been involved in writing, photography and film – much of which was based in Soho for its film production, editing and sound recording facilities – I can see how complex and contradictory the place is. On the surface it is a busy, buzzy fun place to work and socialise in – and for many it remains like this. But if you go deeper it can be a very different place.” A.W. Rock

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.

Soho Honey book one by A.W. Rock is a gritty crime drama full of suspense.

Learn more about the author and his book here

‘It was a short but slow walk back down to Bourchier Street and to the wrought iron gates that enclosed the million pound apartments. There were six bell pushes so I pressed the most interesting name.’

Tune in to episode 4 – The final episode of Soho Mule here.

Soho Mule is A.W. Rock’s fourth short story.



‘One of the antique dealers had joined me at the bar. He had a large serrated blade sticking out of his sleeve which he made sure I could see.’

Enjoy episode 3 – Soho Mule a short story written by A.W. Rock and if you like it, please share the story with your friends.