Chekyll and Ide
How would you deal with your doppelganger? Psychologist Clive `Rab? Mewles, first curator of the Psychologists? Hall of Fame Museum, is about to find out. After a disastrousexperience in Brighton, he goes for a stroll on the South Downs Way. Big mistake. Two men materialise and tip him into the River Ouse. He?s a poor swimmer and the current is strong; it looks like he?ll be sleeping with the fishes. Meanwhile Clive?s colleague, Julie, is consulting a philosophical counsellor about her gambling habit, butwhy is she flashing him? When Clive does finally reappear, he is accompanied by his doppelganger. Why isn?t he dead? Why isn?t the doppelganger dead? And what scheme is the renegade guru from South Africa hatching? Chekyll and Ide is the sequel to Pushing Envelopes (Matador 2005). Ten a Penny, the third in the Moving Deckchairs trilogy, will follow.
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