Susan Bell's new restaurant in Soho is funded with the money she stole from her gangster husband Frank "Ballistic" Ball. The chef, Hogie, could be a TV chef, but he's a screaming pervert, and the Maitre D, Cheb, is back from Goa where his brains were drug-fried. Delicious Tarantinoesque violence and Almodovarian camp, by the coolest new name in British crime fiction."The n...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 1st 1997 by Serpent's Tail
(first published 1997)
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Blincoe was born in Rochdale, Lancashire in 1965. After briefly studying art at Middlesex Polytechnic he attended the University of Warwick where he studied Philosophy, gaining a PhD in 1993. The thesis was entitled Depression and Economics. The thesis explored the relationship between political sciences and economic theories, with particular reference to the philosophy of Jacques Derrida.More about Nicholas Blincoe...