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In a deeply compelling debut novel, Lee Rourke, the underground literary sensation and author of ‘Everyday’, tells the tale of a man who finds his life so boring it actually frightens him.

ISBN: 9781935554011 Author: Rourke, Lee Publisher: Melville House Publi Publication Date: 15th July 2010 Imprint: Melville House Cover: Paperback Dewey: 823.92 (edition:22) Pages: 199 Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subject:

In a deeply compelling debut novel, Lee Rourke, the underground literary sensation and author of Everyday (Social Disease, 2007), tells the tale of a man who finds his life so boring it actually frightens him. So, in response, the man leaves his job and takes time out to sit on a park bench next to a canal in a quiet corner of London. But his tranquillity is disturbed by a jittery woman who comes to sit by his side every day. Although she won’t even tell him her name, she slowly begins to tell him a chilling story about a terrible act she committed, leaving him more scared than ever.

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