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Skirt and the Fiddle by Tristan Egolf
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Skirt and the Fiddle (edition 2004)

by Tristan Egolf

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Tossing aside his musical career and heterosexuality after a particularly discouraging gig, violinist Charlie, accompanied by sodden anarchist Tinsel and a host of other colourful characters, raises money illegally by killing sewer rats before falling for the bewitching Louise.
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Title:Skirt and the Fiddle
Authors:Tristan Egolf
Info:Grove Press (2004), Paperback, 208 pages
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This book was weeeeeiiiiirrrd. I wouldn't pick the book up again. It was very hard to follow. ( )
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Tossing aside his musical career and heterosexuality after a particularly discouraging gig, violinist Charlie, accompanied by sodden anarchist Tinsel and a host of other colourful characters, raises money illegally by killing sewer rats before falling for the bewitching Louise.

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