It's London, 1996, and Paul's successful, upwardly mobile routine is shattered when a letter arrives from the Foreign Office. Unlike him, his brother likes to buck the status quo and travels, a lot, and now damn it he has seemingly disappeared somewhere in South America. Quite the reluctant traveller, Paul is appalled to leave his clean, secure lifestyle only to head for what he believes to be the capital of continents when it comes to guerrillas, drug barons and creepy crawlies. Is he heading for an addiction of some sort or for a bullet in his chest?
- Paperback | 290 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 16.76mm | 503.48g
- 09 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About MR M P Hollobon
Almost born in France if it were not for 22 miles of the English Channel, M.P.Hollobon grew up with an innate love for ports and an insatiable desire to travel - to anywhere outside of Dover. After almost falling foul of alcoholism in his teens, he obviously became a recruitment consultant, and if not for blind luck, would have ruined many burgeoning careers in the city of London. After spending a year in South America, incessantly failing to roll his r's, the Australian commonwealth inexplicably allowed him into the country and it is here that he has stayed. Now in his mid-forties, with a brood of children and a beautiful but angry wife, Dirty Laundry is his first novel.