Twisted Agendas

By Damian McNicholl

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Desperate to escape his predetermined existence, Danny decides to break out from life in Northern Ireland, and move to London. He then meets Piper, a friendly and outgoing American girl on a quest of her own. Two very different worlds are thrown together as Danny is willingly absorbed into unfamiliar territory.

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Legend Press in an independent publishing company set-up in 2005 by then 25-year-old Tom Chalmers and has been shortlisted for numerous awards. Backed by an international sales, licensing and acquisitions network, it now publishes around 30 titles per year focused on literary, women's, historical and crime fiction.

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Desperate to escape his predetermined existence, Danny decides to break out from life in Northern Ireland, and move to London. He then meets Piper, a friendly and outgoing American girl on a quest of her own. Two very different worlds are thrown together as Danny is willingly absorbed into unfamiliar territory. However, when the Hammersmith Bridge is bombed, Piper disappears without a trace and Danny finds himself the centre of a police investigation, hounded by whispers of the IRA. Dark and humorous, Danny and Piper's story is one of dysfunctional parenting, clashing motives and twenty-something's negotiating love and big city life.

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Format Multiple Formats
Imprint Legend Press
Publication Date 11 Sep 2011
SKU 9781908248022-grouped
Number of Pages 288

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Fast-paced, poignant, often humorous and consistently un-put-downable, McNicholl's latest novel is the work of a writer at the top of his game. Alexander Fitzgerald, Irish Tatler A compelling and entertaining romp through other people's inter-tangled lives... From terrorists to lovers to meddling fathers, Damian deftly weaves comic misunderstandings with a larger more ominous theme of authority going slightly mad... a thoroughly engrossing transatlantic adventure. Patricia Wood, shortlisted for the 2008 Orange Prize

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