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What Happened To Jackson

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What Happened To Jackson is a bizarre and disturbing crime novella by the author of Bomb Culture.


Yorkshire, the early 1970s, and Jackson’s itinerant lifestyle centres on his casual girlfriend, Rose. But Rose is involved with a sinister triumvirate that includes herself, the sexist and manipulative Bullock and the sinister and perverse Beeching. The action moves through th

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Paperback, 48 pages
Published April 1978 by Aloes Books
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