The author deals with society’s reaction to violent crimes, the impact of murders on a victim’s surroundings, and society’s willingness and acceptance of social deterrence as an alternative to the complexity of judicial procedures.
The events take place based on a dramatic love story and the relationship between a police officer and a lawyer, and through it, the story deals with the facts of violent assault on the victims and acts of reprisal against the accused outside the framework of the law.
Tarek Elzayat is a former police officer, holds a doctorate in public law from Cairo University, and has received training courses in the field of training law enforcement officers to respect human rights within the United Nations programs at the European headquarters in Geneva.
He worked as an international observer within the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia.
He worked as an assistant professor of public law at the Police Academy in Kuwait, and a legal advisor specializing in commercial arbitration and building, construction and communications contract disputes.