The second pulsating Manchester thriller from the author of The Craze.
When Rafi Rafiq and Richard Armitage leave their flat on Thursdays their ambition stretches no further than their giros (welfare cheques) and the betting shop. Bonded from birth, blood cousins through school, failures thereafter, they share everything: draw, food, fags, booze and vaginas, an unholy pentagram of sleaze. Nowhere Rafi leads is out of bounds. Until now. He gets them caught breaking into Manchester’s first all-Asian brothel, Mohamed Butt’s notorious nach ghar, and they’re faced with a simple choice: pay or die. But Richard’s fallen in love — with Butt’s favourite girl, Fari — and decides they have to save her.
And for Rafi it gets worse. The Death Angel is back. “Gorgeous George” Cotterel. On the lookout for starlets to play in his latest video nasty, George knows just the thing that will sell them. And just the way to get them: Brown boys in chocolate. When Rafi and Richard answer a ringing phone in Manley Park, the combination is far from their minds, but George has it all planned — and they find themselves wrestling, literally, for their lives.
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Paul Southern was a founder member of the indie group Sextus and is now half of a progressive bubblegum group Psychodelicates. He has lived in Ireland, London, Yorkshire and Manchester and is a world expert on Tennyson’s stage plays. The Craze was his first novel.
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Book Description Arrow, 2006. Book Condition: New. Ships from the UK. BRAND NEW. Bookseller Inventory # GRP73135311
Book Description Arrow, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 336 pages. 7.80x5.08x0.83 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0099461196