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Madeleine misses her old life in Paris. Her work as a forensic scientist is going great, but now she's marooned in the country and her social life, or more accurately her sex life, is a disaster. When she's called upon to extract a severed head from a weir, she meets Sam. Sam is her perfect man, but murder, mannequins, cocaine, the drug squad, Customs and Excise, multiple arrests, and the Mafia get in the way.

Sam, Oliver, and William are three young graduates desperate to make a fast buck. The plan seems so simple, it just involves the not-entirely-legal business of transporting silver which, by way of a cunning disguise, has been fashioned into dildos. But the journey refuses to go to plan.

©2014 Giles Curtis (P)2021 Giles Curtis

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Good but not Brilliant

this book is very much in the style of Tom Sharpe, but has not quite got the riotous and anarchic build up that Sharpe is famous for, it is a bit flat to begin with but does get better , however the production of the audio book is horrendous, long gaps between chapters sometimes over a minute long at the beginning of the book but does get better, however i did enjoy it and will be reading more from this author,