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Memoirs of an Ostrich

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Boris Temple-Parsons is an ostrich. Finding himself unexpectedly suspended from the medical practice where he works as a GP, he decides to fill these three months by writing his memoirs. As the memoirs expand to include the chaotic events taking place around him, it becomes obvious to the reader that his wife Bar is having an affair and his children are leading secret ...more
Kindle Edition, 1, 164 pages
Published by Fig Tree Press (first published November 24th 2011)
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Jan 28, 2012 Jill rated it it was amazing
I loved this book and could not put it down. It had me laughing out loud. I felt great sympathy for the character of Boris who just accepted any situation he found himself in whilst refusing to feel any emotion.
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Nell Grey is an artist and writer of eccentric and often witchy fiction. She is fascinated by cusps and borderlines - how does love become obsession, eccentricity madness?

Her poems, short stories, articles and reviews have appeared both online and in magazines such as Smith's Knoll, Iota, Orbis and others.

Three novels - Solitary Pleasures, The Golden Web and Three Magic Women - have been published
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