Only Strange People Go to Church

Only Strange People Go to Church

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Maria, a community worker, looks after an unruly gang of mentally disabled people. She wants to put on a community show but lacks both a venue and a community to perform it. Ray's workshop, actually a deconsecrated church, could be the answer to her prayers. Ray, however, wields an unnatural influence over people. Can he be trusted? On the other hand, Dezzie, her colleague, is a great guy; he's tall, handsome, and he doesn't mind women with concave chests. After an alarming incident with a flasher and auditions that include the Can-Can Grans, Maria succeeds in setting up a Musical Extravaganza. However, in doing so she suffers a moral dilemma that would curl a bishop's hair. If Maria does 'the right thing' she'll wreck careers, break hearts and end up alone and flat-chested. What is 'the right thing' and should she do it? "Only Strange People Go to Church Nowadays" is a lighthearted look at modern secular society and our need for community. It is also an exploration of love and sex with the wrong more

Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 127 x 198 x 24mm | 384g
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Black Swan
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0552776092
  • 9780552776097

About Laura Marney

Laura Marney was born in Glasgow and has a Business Administration degree. A graduate of the Glasgow and Strathclyde mlitt Creative Writing course, many of her short stories have been published in magazines and anthologies or broadcast on the radio. In her spare time she teaches creative writing and aerobics. She is the author of No Wonder I Take a Drink, Nobody Loves a Ginger Baby and Only Strange People Go to more