Meal Ticket - Spitfire Editions (Paperback)
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Meal Ticket - Spitfire Editions (Paperback)

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Paperback 226 Pages / Published: 01/04/2005
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Suddenly, City banker Paul Nicolson's world collapses when Clara, his wife, falls in love with wayward artist, Nathan Black. Forced to make an agonizing choice between his children and his job, he ends up destined to loose both. But you can't keep a good man down! The unravelling of his elaborate plan for revenge and restitution becomes an epic journey through a world of high finance, the International Art Market, the tortuous legal wrangles of expensive divorce...even alternative theatre. All those who enjoyed David Charters' best-selling short story collection, No Tears, will know his ability, with great pace and verve, to hold the readers' attention till the very last page. This gripping novel will not disappoint them.

Publisher: Elliott & Thompson Limited
ISBN: 9781904027355
Number of pages: 226
Dimensions: 200 x 150 mm

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