The Devil in Me
A teacher loses one of her pupils somewhere in the London Underground. A catwalk model reveals the grisly secret of looking good. Slacker friends are forced into action over an accidental murder. A bomb?s aftershock is felt fifty years later. Sex toys become instruments of fate. The suburbs are besieged, star scandals are revealed, epic tragedy turns to triumph and a cry for help flares briefly in the night... Black comedy, high farce, dark revelations... they all go to make up Christopher Fowler?s brand new collection of immoral tales.
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At Home in the Pubs of Old London
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