Dangerous Parking

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Bloomsbury, Feb 1, 2001 - Alcoholics - 402 pages
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'The screaming ambulance slows down a fraction as it hits the junction of parkway and Camden High Street…It feels as if my bladder is in my head, and any minute now it will explode, and blast piss and blood at a million-foot-pounds pressure out of my coke-scarred nostrils.' Noah Arkwright has experienced too much. A filmmaker and now a dry alcoholic, he's lived life to the full - sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll his relentless backdrop - but now the stakes are even higher. In his struggle to survive, Noah's cancer forces him to evaluate his chequered past life, and as a picture builds of a brave and incredibly foolish man, gradually it becomes clear that he's a modern-day hero of truly epic proportions.

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User Review  - Tony Mcvicker - Goodreads

This remains my all time favourite book. I found Browne purely by accident and loved every minute of it. I couldn't wait for his next Novel and then I read the last page. Gutted! A truly remarkable writer, a genius lost forever. Read full review

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User Review  - Kris - Goodreads

A favourite book of the time, read it 10 years ago and was possibly just in the perfect frame of mind to have 'got' it and loved it. Due a re-read. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Stuart Browne was an art dealer, carpenter, barman, and a collector of body parts from rural hospitals in the Deep South of the USA. He lived in East Sussex and died of cancer in November 1999, shortly after writing DANGEROUS PARKING, his first novel.

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