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" 'One of the best young British novelists around today... Evoking the grubby desperation of trying to live on your wits in London in a way not done since Martin Amis' astonishing London Fields, 64 Clarke manages to be unsettling and wry at the same time... One of the best urban novels in the last few years. Holmes has really announced himself as someone to watch.' - Ian O'Doherty, Irish Independent. 'Andrew Holmes first two novels were fantastically entertaining, but 64 CLARKE is something else... a cross between Ian McEwan's A CHILD IN TIME and Elmore Leonard. It takes every parent's biggest nightmare as a starting point and uses it for a thriller that will terrify and delight in equal measure.' - Matt Thome. 'I loved this book. I thought it was so,so funny but it also dealt with Ben's story with great sensitivity.' - Andrea Enisuoh, Book Panel, Radio 5 Live. 'Holmes has a gift for dissecting the lives of small crooks with big dreams and bigger problems.' - Scotland on Sunday"Reseña del editor:
Lost: one chance at redemption. Answers to the name of Ben.Six-year-old Ben Snape went missing on a busy London tube platform. It was a Saturday afternoon, and there were people everywhere. But nobody saw what happened to Ben and he hasn't been seen since. In the flats at 64 Clarke Street live two men, neighbours but strangers: Max, vulnerable and haunted by his past, and Dash, whose job is about to get him into a whole lot of trouble. Max and Dash have no idea that their lives are destined to collide, or that Ben's ultimate safety rests on the decisions they will make. When doing the wrong thing has become a way of life for them, can they possibly re-write the script?
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Descripción SCEPTRE (HODD), 2006. Paperback. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0340832991