Killing Hapless Ally (Paperback)
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Killing Hapless Ally (Paperback)

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Paperback 276 Pages
Published: 31/03/2016

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A black comedy about an individual grappling for sanity and identity; Alison conceives an alter ego called 'Hapless Ally' in order to present a more palatable version of herself to her family and to the world beyond. Ominously, the alter ego begins to develop autonomy. Alison is helped to deal with this by a varied catalogue of imaginary friends!

Publisher: Patrician Press
ISBN: 9780993238864
Number of pages: 276
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm

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“NB: A review (pre-pub) from Goodreads!”

There are so many books out there, so many tales to tell and yet this book is a rare find. As you turn each page of Killing Hapless Ally, you start to understand why. It takes more than a good story to make a great... More

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“From Turquoise Tomato on Goodreads! (Review copy issued)”

‘Killing Hapless Ally’ is an intriguing and powerful novel which explores one woman’s quest for freedom from the overpowering clutches of depression and dislocation. With dark humour, sprightly wit and insight the... More

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“A review (pre-pub) from Goodreads!”

Anna Vaught’s debut novel takes us on the helter-skelter ride that is the making of Alison, a seemingly ordinary girl, growing up in ordinary village in an unsuspected, undetected ordinary family. The book spins in... More

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