‘Kiss & Make Up’ ISBN 978-0-9932044-1-8
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It's the early '80s in Birmingham, and Carl – a nightclubbing, vodka-soaked, drug-fuelled, New Romantic schoolboy – is desperate for the love his manic-depressive mother has never been able to give.
It’s the '90s in London, and Carl – now a make-up artist to the likes of Margaret Thatcher – is stuck on a merry-go-round of clubs, Class A’s and casual sex. A dark family secret has haunted him for years but he can’t quite put his finger on it. It’s the new millennium, and now that his mom’s skeletons are out of the closet, now he’s finally sober, will they be able to kiss and make up?
"Hilarious and heartening, you may need to retouch your mascara after reading." Damian Barr
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