Jammy Dodger Paperback
by Kevin Smith
Life is sweet for would-be bohemian Artie Conville.
Safe at the helm of his subsidised magazine - with a cosy office paid for by the tax-payer - he's content to drift along quoting poetry, lingering over long lunches and flirting with the lovely Rosie McCann.
The main thing is to keep the real world - of nine-to-five jobs, mortgages and political violence - at bay.
So when his cushy number is threatened, Artie hatches a cunning plan to keep the funds coming in.
But events quickly spiral out of control and before long he is up to his ears in a bizarre fraud.
Can he avert disaster? Will he get the girl? With a cast of characters that includes a gun-toting playwright, a jealous police chief, a drunken actor and a giant white rabbit, this is a rich and riotous tale about coming-of-age in 1980s Belfast; a novel that is by turns darkly ironic and laugh-out-loud funny.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
- Publication Date: 16/08/2012
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781908737083
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