Paul Dot Go

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The Nazca Plains Corporation, Jun 1, 2011 - Fiction - 199 pages
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Meet WILLIAM (WAN.W) WANDSWORTH, portrait painter extraordinaire, whose diverse backgrounds for his carefully selected subjects (and to their cost) vary from a converted country barn, a startlingly 'reinvented' and 'mechanised' chrome and mirrored 14th century Italian castle, a refurbished Victorian candle factory and last but not quite least, an eerie cemetery where clandestine midnight assignations could and do go horribly wrong.Added to this bizarre palette is a vibrant clashing of cocks, personalities and multi talents when the larger-than-life artist crosses paintbrushes with the likes of ruthless interior designer HARRY HUMPHRIES and boy wonder pop idol TOMMY TYLER.Aiding and abetting WILLIAM in his determination to become 'a legend in his own time' is his hand-picked coterie comprising the sinister dwarf duo, PAUL and NELSON, the olfactory major domo SKIDS along with his b te noir, the rapacious RUFUS, plus the dark, dubious PRINCE ALBERT.An innocent victim caught up within the artist's ruthless ambitions is the long-suffering MIC SANDFORD whose infatuation with the aforesaid HARRY sees situations ranging from loss of body parts and even a soul or two. Prepare for a fast, twisted rollercoaster ride - part scenic and part terrifying - of jealousies, perversions and violent revenge but always within the presence of the darkest of humour. As with WILLIAM'S nemesis PAUL GAUGUIN - the original PAUL.GO - this reincarnation is an acquired taste; for some a feast of unsavoury delights and for others a banquet of despair.

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Robin Anderson has lived with cats for her entire life. "There's rarely been a time when my home hasn't been host to at least two cats, and often more," she notes. Anderson has been working in stained glass since 1998, and describes the combination of her love of glass and her love of pets as "a match made in heaven." Anderson is the owner/operator of Sunny Brook Studio, a stained glass studio specializing in memorial pet portraits. Visit her studio online at http: //www.sunnybrookstudio.com.

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