After the devastating effect her rampage had on her own life and the citizens of Bangkok in her early days as a medical student there, Lily's life quietened, and she settled down to her studies. After two years, she won a scholarship to work in Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital in London and moved there without Ron, who continued his education in Bangkok.
Tiger Lily of Bangkok in London picks up her story in her second of two years as a student doctor at the hospital. She loves her job there and gets on well with the staff and child patients alike, but she has no friends outside work. On one of her days off, she reads an article in The Sunday Times about organised paedophile rings in London involving the very establishment of the country itself, and it incenses her. She can either ignore it or get involved.
Her first reaction is to avoid rearousing the demon that had possessed her in Bangkok only a couple of years earlier, but when she meets fellow victims of child abuse, the die seems cast.
This story is not for the squeamish, but it does not describe acts of child abuse. It does, however, make frequent references to notorious scenes of child abuse, especially the infamous "Meat Rack" on Piccadilly Circus in Central London. Many of the issues raised are still under police inquiry at the time of writing, although few people expect anything to come from them. Shame on our so-called leaders, who would rather protect the powerful abusers than the powerless abused!