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Whilst the following story is completely true, I have slightly changed my own identity in order to avoid prosecution and/or violent death - or, at the very least, a good kicking. Not that any of the events contained herein were my fault - or at least none of the important ones. Or only some of them. Unless you include obtaining money under false pretenses. Or the borrowing of various motor vehicles without permission. Or perverting the course of justice. And, of course, the use of sarcasm and choice language in a built-up area. Oh, and being party to the kidnapping of several young people with multiple disabilities, though that was definitely just a case of being caught up in the excitement of the moment. And the same could really be said about all the explosions, the arson, the molesting of various indigents and the so-called high treason charge that, in my opinion,was trumped up because none of the other stuff was going to stick in court. Or the thing about interfering with the dead guy. But I was desperate at the time. That came out all wrong. No, wait, if you'd just let me explain -
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Product details

  • Paperback | 247 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 19mm | 248g
  • Moth Publishing
  • Houghton Le Spring, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1901888886
  • 9781901888881
  • 1,892,530

About Alfie Crow

Alfie Crow was born in Wallsend, Northumberland and now lives in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. He studied Drama and English Literature at Bangor University in North Wales, and studied for a PhD in Drama at Bristol University in North Somerset. He likes using the word North. He worked for many years in community theatre, writing and directing over thirty plays, as a college and university lecturer and as a poet coach in primary and secondary schools. Alfie was one of the winners of the Bridport prize in 2006 for his short story, Metal, and works as a performance poet, his poems having been published in many periodicals and collections. Rant is the first in a series of novels featuring the world's worst spy and disgruntled jobbing actor, Mike Rant. Coincidentally, Alfie also once applied to join the secret service using a computer in South Shields library. He is not at liberty to divulge the success or otherwise of his application.
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46 ratings
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4 33% (15)
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2 11% (5)
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