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Dixie Chicken

Frank Ronan

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

'A wonderful book, highly recommended' - Time Out

From the award-winning author of The Men who Loved Evelyn Cotton, this is a novel in which God plays narrator, death is the mystery and sex the possible key. When the successful and adored Rory Dixon's car goes over a cliff into the Irish Sea, his wife Helen is convinced he has been murdered.

A journey through a landscape that includes incest, adolescent despair, drug abuse, suicide fixation, sex killers, corrupt politicians, repulsive old lechers, necrophiliacs, unfrocked priests and corpses dripping blood through the drawing room ceiling into guests' wine glasses.

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