Donna and the Fatman
Anchor, 1998 - 251 pages
A darkly humorous novel, set in the lurid, hallucinatory atmosphere of London's criminal underworld. The Fatman is an enigmatic and sadistic gangleader, and Donna, with her scarlet nails and lippiness, is his nemesis.
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