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I have some other stuff by him I have not read-notably the Roth trilogy books and The American Boy.
I have read and enjoyed Caroline Minuscule, which I think of as belonging the the quasi-scroundrel school of British fiction. Others that have a simliar feel for me are Simon Raven's Roses of Picardie and Jane Stevenson's London Bridges. To find Raven you need to go to UK sources.
Quasi-scoundrel school? Well, I enjoyed Peter Lovesey's The Reaper and that's a scoundrel novel as I live and breathe, so I suppose Caroline Minuscule is now on my TBR list ;)
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I've also read the Roth Trilogy, and the other day decided I might re-read those books.
By the way he is one of the many crime authors to appear at Heffers of Cambridge 'Bodies in the Bookshop' event,which takes place on the 15th of this month. Admission is by ticket only.
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