Sunday, 13 October 2013

The Arab Spring fades into . . . The Arab Fall

Time for a re-launch of SHAIKH-DOWN - comments invited!
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THE ARAB SPRING is fading  time for "THE ARAB FALL"

  David Gee’s SHAIKH-DOWN offers a timely blueprint for Regime Change on an island in the Persian Gulf. This spicy comedy has a sharp sting in its tail. 
Thirty years ago, Shaikh Khalid bin Khalifa al-Khazi, the Emir of Belaj, stole the throne of the tiny oil-rich island from his uncle. Now BARF (the Belaj Armed Revolutionary Front) plans to dethrone Shaikh Khalid and install a republic. Their campaign attracts some unlikely allies: a pneumatic American airhostess and a gay British banker.

“Witty, entertaining, raunchy and very well written.”

Peter O’Donnell, creator of Modesty Blaise


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Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Another review for THE DROPOUT

I don't know who TROY BEAL is, but he has just given me a 4-star review on Amazon. Reproduced below, though it doesn't exactly sound like a 4-star review!

What an extraordinary amount of sex this book contains- and of many differing types- straight, gay, gangbangs, prostitution, three in a bed.

It just doesn't stop!

An interesting tale- the scenes of factory life are absorbing- though the whole story is somewhat bleak, and with quite an above average ration of sudden, even violent death.

None of the characters seem capable of much honesty or happiness- the gay characters all have to die miserable, marriage never functions even passably. The English seaside town is a desperate and dour place.

An unusual reading experience.