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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.

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