Blow Row : Off Charley St
A list of celebrity clients, sex as payment for surgery and unlimited access to drugs, who would resist the temptations of plastics? Certainly not junior surgeon Robert Sutherland. Pulled into a world of greed, prostitution and addiction by his mentor, TV celebrity surgeon David McGregor and the corrupting influence of his uncle, Patrick Sharp. Based on the real life experiences of James McGrath, Blow Row is a gritty insight into the corrupt world of cosmetic surgery. A salacious journey of greed, sex and excess, revealing the hidden lives of surgeons and their clients. This is the book they don't want you to read!
- Paperback | 545 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 28.96mm | 576.06g
- 12 Apr 2015
- United States
About Adele Carrington
James McGrath qualified as a nurse in 1972, specialising in cosmetic injectables in 1998. Mr McGrath has been a controversial figure in the cosmetics enhancements industry, appearing on many television shows including 'How not to get old' and 'Face to face.' His onscreen appearance with Lesley Ash, ' after her adverse reaction to lip enhancement and his refusal to stop training beauty therapists to administer Botox and Fillers has added to his infamy regularly reported in the tabloids. Blow Row is inspired by his experiences in the industry, and while none of the characters or events are based on real people, his insider knowledge gives this novel a truthfulness that readers will find engaging. Adele Carrington had her first novel published in 2012, well received by readers' groups and online critics she was able to write full time. Working as a ghost writer provided her with the opportunity to hone her creative skills until she found a project she was happy to commit her name to. In collaboration with James McGrath, Adele Carrington has produced a work she feels proud to have co-authored. The intricate subplots and interweaving stories uses Ms Carrington's skill with romance, erotica and character led action storytelling. With flowing prose and a story that is fast paced this makes the ideal holiday read