By Julie Morrigan
This brief tale assortment encompasses a infrequent forged of characters: fallacious, foul-mouthed, inaccurate and downtrodden, all of whom will be acknowledged to have, in a single manner or one other, 'gone bad'. this is often robust stuff, no holds barred and no punches pulled. You wouldn't are looking to be sharing the final bus domestic with those people!Gone undesirable has the specific flavour of north east England and gathers jointly 18 titles, blending 'flash fiction' items with longer reads. in the pages you could meet a murderous little boy, a psychotic Scouse backing singer, and a wannabe crime fiction author with a penchant for hands-on learn. upload to cheating lottery winner, predatory female friend, long-suffering inner most detective and would-be rapist and you're beginning to get the lie of the land.Gone undesirable is that this prize-winning united kingdom writer's first selection of brief tales
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