Who said "Suicide is painless"? Are there any other options when you're going to die anyway; when your life has been blitzed, pulverized and steamrollered into meaningless chaos? Ask Ian Gidman; it's his life, and his death.Was the view from the lawyer's garden worth it? Only his wife knows.Did the skullduggery merit the gain? His business partner can tell you - or can he? Maybe you should ask Ron Scott or his perfidious niece - the one who aims below the belt.Is his life worth fighting for? Ian thinks not; Claire disagrees.In a paperchase you might never catch up.
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The story is an elaborate, interwoven plot of fraud, misunderstandings and duplicity. The diverse themes of love and hate, tenderness and cynicism that are used to further the intrigue, are elaborated by false trails that pose questions about who is who and what is what. Tinted with the light hand of humour, the final twist is delivered by an innocuous, marginal figure who ultimately provides the key to the complex relationships between some of the main charactersAbout the Author:
Graham Hamer has variously worked as accountant, pig-herder (briefly), businessman, systems analyst and business advisor in U.K., France, Middle East and The Netherlands.Happy with the concept of having a French wife and an Italian boss, he accepts the idea of a homomorphic Europe like a pigeon accepts rain - badly.
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Book Description iUniverse, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0595153658