Edition: Paperback
ISBN: 9780571226283
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No of pages: 288

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No Fireworks

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Abe Stone is a 61-year-old alcoholic with a Henry VIII fixation going through his third divorce. When he starts receiving letters from his dead mother, Evelyn, he is thrown into a late-stage identity crisis. His fourteen-year old grand-daughter, Lucille, is expelled from school and the unlikely couple embark on a quest to work out what Evelyn is trying to impart and how Abe can begin to put his dishevelled life in order.

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Categorised as: Fiction
Sub-categories: General Fiction
Genres & Themes: Suburbia; Dysfunction; Families; Jewish
Characters: Henry VIII

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