Alan Bissett - Death of a Ladies' Man (2nd Hand Paperback)
By day, Charlie Bain is the school's most inspiring teacher. By night he prowls the stylish bars of Glasgow seducing women. Fuelled by art, drugs and fantasies of being an indie star, Charlie journeys further into hedonism, unable to see the destruction his desires are leading everyone towards . . .
One of Scotland's dazzling young writing talents tackles the modern phenomenon of sex addiction.
Dark, funny and deliciously erotic, Death of a Ladies' Man is an intense portrait of male vanity, written with verve and emotional rawness.
- Format : Larger, Hardback Sized Trade Paperback.
- Condition : Very Good
- Category : Fiction - Scottish Fiction
- Published : 2009 (Hatchette - 1st Paperback Ed.)
- ISBN : 9780755319404
- SKU : B001499
- PPC : SP530gm
- RRP : £12.99
- Quantity Available : 1 only.
"A remarkable book. An insane, hallucinatory mosaic of sexual dysfunction, humour, pathos and narrative energy." - A.L. Kennedy.
Alan Bissett is an author and playwright from Hallglen, an area of Falkirk in Scotland. After the publication of his first two novels, Boyracers and The Incredible Adam Spark, he became known for his different take on Scots dialect writing, evolving a style specific to Falkirk, suffused with popular culture references and politics.