Bleeding London

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Overlook Press, 1997 - Fiction - 348 pages
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London is loved and hated in different ways by Mick, Judy, and Stuart. But as cities always do (yours, too...), London conspires with destiny to bring them together for its own purposes.
For Mick, a tough from the provinces who comes bent on avenging a wrong done to his girlfriend at a bachelor party, London is irritatingly sophisticated but, of course, nothing he can't handle. For Judy, London is a city of endless sexual possibilities, where every inch of the famous London A-Z map represents hundreds of great places for assignations. For Stuart, sick of his walking tour business and increasingly favoring the tour of Famous Deaths and Suicides, London is city that throws down a challenge - I dare you to walk all my streets.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The prolific Nicholson's (Footsucker, 1996, etc.) 11th novel is a savagely funny, wayward, loving celebration of London's enchantments and strangeness. The power of an ancient city to seduce is ... Read full review

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A journey of revenge takes Mick Wilton to London, whose streets he stumbles through as he searches for six men said to have raped his girlfriend. Also out prowling is Stuart London, a man obsessed ... Read full review


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Geoff Nicholson is the author of twenty books, including Sex Collectors, Hunters and Gatherers, The Food Chain, and Bleeding London, which was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize. He divides his time between Los Angeles and London

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