Dangerous Parking

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Bloomsbury, 2001 - Alcoholics - 402 pages
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Noah Arkwright has experienced too much. A film-maker and now a dry alcoholic, he's lived life to the fullıwith sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll as his relentless backdropıbut 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 is a modern-day hero of truly epic proportions.

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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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