About this book
From the award-winning author of "Darkmans" comes a comic epistolary novel of startling originality an wit. Exposes the inner workings of British village life at its funniest and most bizarre. Brazenly mischievous and irresistibly readable, this is a Cranford for today, but with cheap vodka, some dodgy sex-therapy and a decent dose of Tamiflu.
From the Man Booker Prize shortlisted author of Darkmans comes a comic epistolary novel of startling originality and wit.