Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle

DEAD FLIES KDP 19 10It’s summer 1976 and hotter than Hades

Harry Spittle, nineteen, is home from university, aiming to earn some money to go on holiday and maybe get laid. He expects he will be bored rigid, but the appearance of old family friend, Charlie Jepson, his psychopathic son, Claude, and predatory wife Monica changes that. As his parents’ marriage implodes, Harry’s problems mount; before he knows it he’s in debt up to his ears and dealing in drugs. Things go from bad to worse when he is stabbed. He needs money fast, but now his job is at risk, his sister is in trouble and he has discovered a family secret that could destroy all he holds dear. The only way out appears to require that Harry joins forces with the local criminal mastermind. Can Harry survive to see out the summer? Can he save his family? Can he regain some credibility and self-respect? Most importantly will he finally get laid?

If you would like to read the first there chapters, click here.

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8 Responses to Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle

  1. Just read your chapters and loved them – very funny! This is one for my reading list.

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  6. Jesska says:

    J’ai fini! (Je suis fini?)

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