Essex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll: A Novel

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Adelita Limited, 2008 - Middle-aged men - 300 pages
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Mark Cohen is a 40-year-old family man, with all of the designer evidence to pass any Essex surface-wealth audit. One evening, he returns home to find that his wife is dead and his daughter has just attempted suicide. All fear of consequences now lost, Mark writes a list of reasons why he would come back to haunt this world if he were to die, and sets out to explore them. In one amazing year, Mark gets to discover the best and the worst life to offers. By Jonathan Durden, the Big Brother 8 contestant who walked out after the death of his 104-year-old grandmother.

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User Review  - Daftboy1 - LibraryThing

Easy to read silly story of the main character Mark Cohens up and down life. Mark works in the advertising business his wife and daughter are in hospital. Mark tries to think of a good idea to boost his profile and make his mark as he calls it. Very silly book easy to read. Not for me though. Read full review

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