Troubador Netherhall Gardens

Released: 10/07/2008

ISBN: 9781906510633

eISBN: 9781848769960

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Meet accountant Mark - who's friends with Stella - whose sister can't abide Stella's boyfriend - who doesn't like the sound of Mark - who discovers his sexuality with leatherloving policeman - whose ex-boyfriend is a security guard with a secret, once unleashed, unravels a tangled web among the marijuana-fuelled denizens of leafy Hampstead.

Sex, drugs and kinky murder are always a powerful mix and Carl Patrick sprinkles sex of every persuasion throughout the fast-moving plot. Part sexy rom-com romp, part homage to Tales of the City, these tales of numerous characters take place across London, from dinner parties to dungeons. For a debut novel this is remarkably assured, great fun to read and we’re already waiting for the sequel. The Pink Paper **** (4 stars)

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Sex, drugs and kinky murder are always a powerful mix and Carl Patrick sprinkles sex of every persuasion throughout the fast-moving plot. Part sexy romantic-comedy romp, part homage to Tales of the City, these tales take place across London, from dinner parties to dungeons. For a debut novel this is remarkably assured, great fun to read and we’re already waiting for the sequel. The Pink Paper **** (4 stars)

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Carl Patrick

Carl Patrick was born in Oxford and wrote his first novel whilst still at school about the rape of a fellow pupil. Whilst at University, he began to write a science fiction trilogy, which is yet to be finished. After graduating, he trained as a Chartered Accountant in the City of London where he remained for 15 years before moving to Brighton to set up his own business. Netherhall Gardens is his first contemporary gay novel and was published by Matador in 2008. Netherhall Gardens and Beyond is the long-awaited sequel and Carl is currently writing the third novel in the series.


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