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Published on Aug 27, 2009
Silk Handkerchiefs is the first in a trilogy of short comedy novels by writer and painter Paul Haworth.
Narrator Alex Abs Brenchley is unafraid to tell, show and give all. Alongside episodes about his youth at Westminster School, sexcapades in St Jamess Park and Victoria Station, and life as one of the art worlds so-called Nutty Solitary Men, Silk Handkerchiefs weaves its story of one fateful day in the life of Alex Brenchley...a day of tragedy, violence and the promise of LOVE.
The narration richly fuses Cockney, hip-hop slang and verbose Dickensian English. The book offers a delirious account of 21st-century anxiety at its most extreme and hysterical and captures the London of 2007 as if it was only yesterday.
Silk Handkerchiefs hilarious, ridiculous, true!
Published September 2009 by TRUE TRUE TRUE, Amsterdam. www.truetruetrue.org