The Desolation Angel

The Desolation Angel

Book - 2011
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"When I first met the Desolation Angel he was sprawled insolently across the top of my refrigerator. He wore a black three-button single-vent suit, and smoked a long cigar, the ashes of which he tapped into his left jacket pocket. He didn't acknowledge me until I was almost on him. Raising two red eyes in my direction, he said, "Don't sweat it. I'm here to help." Twelve extraordinary stories by the author of the NZ Post-shortlisted novel Their Faces Were Shining.
Publisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Victoria University Press, 2011.
Branch Call Number: FICTION
Characteristics: 189 p. ;,21 cm.
Custom Field2: Short stories.
Unforced entry -- The desolation angel -- I did that for you -- The dress your Daddy is wearing -- The big overseas experience -- Suits -- Satan loves you, too -- Sell me your dreams -- Private beach bitches -- What would Ray do? -- Coming and going -- Kikuyu.


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