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Nowhere Near an Angel by Mark Morris
Review by John Berlyne
PS Publishing Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 1902880994
Date: 30 September, 2005 List Price 25.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

From official release/information:

A new novel from a much under-rated British writer, Mark Morris, is given the PS Publishing treatment. Nowhere Near an Angel is a sharply and subtly written tale guaranteed to unsettle its readers.

"During the long, hot summer of 1976 sixteen year-old Rob Swann decides to kill himself. Then, on a tinny transistor radio, he hears the Sex Pistols for the first time and it changes everything.

Over a quarter of a century later, Rob is a man with a colourful past. Ex-punk, drug addict, gangster and jailbird, he has finally put his troubled life behind him and is enjoying a settled, law-abiding, carefree existence. Then one day he meets and befriends the enigmatic Suzi -- at which point everything begins to unravel."

With an introduction by Stephen Gallagher Nowhere Near an Angel is released in two states - 500 numbered hardcover copies signed by Morris (25.00) and 200 slipcased hardcover copies signed by both Gallagher and Morris (60.00.)

(Source: PS Publishing)

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