Al Capone's Ghost
Eddie Madison had just moved into his new house when the ghost of Al Capone shot into his living room.
Would Al be a bad influence on Casey his ten year old son? Would he be an immoral challenge to Kate his social worker wife? And what about Eddie? Would he begin to change his world view under Al’s malign influence?
What did Al want?
Whatever it was Eddie thought he could handle him.
But could he?
A satire on social workers, gangsters, bad crime novels and sex and violence.
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W H Smith
Princess Diana's Ghost
Jake Stewart was enjoying life until Diana appeared and changed it.
Why did she choose his house to appear? Was it the Union Jack fluttering in the garden that attracted her? Could it have been her photographs Jake had pinned up in the hallway? Or was it simply him? Maybe there was something about him she liked?
You never knew with ghosts.
But why had she returned to earth? What did she want? It was not a romance. It was not even a thrill. Nor was it for a good laugh. So what was it?
It was not long before he found out.
A satire on royalty, republicanism, MI5, and child genius.
"The funniest book ever written in the English language."
(That's Mrs Huffington of 21 Chestnut Avenue, Nottingham).
"The writer is clearly a genius. Only a genius could have written this book."
(That's my Guardian, bless 'er.)