The Killing Of A Bank Manager

The Killing Of A Bank Manager

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From the back seat of a porn theatre, from the word lovers' asylum, Honest Publishing's second release is the controversial, earth-shattering, mind-smacking The Killing of a Bank Manager. Inspired by John Cassavetes giving away the ending and James Joyce selling his soul to The Benny Hill Show, Kavanagh has deconstructed and reconstruced wordage to blow the contemporary reader's iMind. The Killing of a Bank Manager revolves around Henry, a man on the edge, head over heels in love with beauty, literature and drinking. The moments before, the days that lead up to, the years that have built up to, the green doors and Richard Dadd. The story bubbles with greed, desire and the dangers associated with groups, the journey into and out of consciousness. It's the daily grind meets the daily muse. And Henry loves Laura, the honey in Winnie the Pooh, as well as razors and flights of fancy, quotes and stealing the words of others for his own battered ego. The perfect antidote to beach reading, The Killing of a Bank Manager will tease the hell out of heaven and knock Mr Mainstream's spotless teeth out onto the bathroom floor. You know how it ends. Now find out everything else.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 126 x 202 x 12mm | 158.76g
  • Honest Publishing
  • Twickenham, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0956665810
  • 9780956665812
  • 1,858,707

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"You never see Kavanagh. All you see is ballsy demand after demand shoved with exquisite vocabulary and baldfaced syntax directly under your nose. From prologue to denouement, The Killing of a Bank Manager will keep you on the edge of your tongue." - Willie Smith, author of Doing Nothing
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