Wheeler-dealer womaniser Billy Fidget's life is in tatters. At the end of the road, in desperation, he turns to his last resort - God.
Billy Fidget is a feckless, foul-mouthed, forty-something, father of three who spends his life selling fast cars and seducing even faster women. When he is caught in the back of an Aston Martin DB7 with the wife of a gangster, he finds himself in very hot water indeed.With his life disappearing down the plughole faster than a bullet from a Glock 9mm, he remembers that once, long ago, he sang in his local church choir. In dire straits and out of sheer desperation, hard man Billy Fidget finds himself writing a letter - to God.In this fast moving, funny and yet wittily poignant book we see the harsh reality of what happens when the stuff hits the fan. On the surface Billy is successful - on the inside he harbours dark, dirty secrets. Will he succeed in conquering his demons or will he be consumed by his venal appetite for destruction?
God only knows.......or does he?
Nick Battle and Eric Delve could charm the devil himself onto an Alpha course. - Simon Mayo
If God did exist and he was like how he's portrayed in the BILLY FIDGET LETTERS, I would buy him a pint. - Bedfordshire News
Eric Delve is vicar of St Luke's Maidstone, Kent and runs the Detling Festival. He travels extensively, speaking in churches and at conferences, and at Echoes in Eternity events around the country.
Nick Battle was born in 1957 in Torquay. He worked for thirty years in the music business with celebrities such as Simon Cowell, The Spice Girls, Gary Barlow and Michael Ball.