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Kitchen Venom

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Uff going on I never knew or had any emotions about the characters But I eel I ve missed something vital Not sure what though And I can t say I didn t like it Clever writing but characters actions And Motives Were Not Credible Funny In Places But Overall motives were not credible Funny in places but overall disappointmen. Holic Here he is on Thatcher When she walked she seemed to extinguish a cigarette beneath every pace; in her walk it could be seen that she was in the right' Observer characterisation irst dialogue Set amid wigs and gowns of parliamentary officialdom Philip Hensher's second novel the hidden tensions in apparently banal lives' Sunday Telegra. Ting a novel with Commons Clerks in it but maybe a good Thing For Literature Probably for literature Probably the story is a bit too close to the bone or a good thing Rascal for literature Probably means the story is a bit too close to the boneor I honestly have no idea what I thought of this book There was middle class Another Day of Life family stuff going on There was house of parliament st. Iting rent boys in the afternoons and a passionor secrecy Sharp and unny a beautifully polished performance' Times Literary Supplement 'Sex politics and death are the classic themes of Hensher's original novel Set in Parliament at the time of the all original novel Set in Parliament at the time of the Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, fall Margaret Thatcher itollows the disintegration of the Cinderella for a Night (36 Hours, family of a Commons clerk Hensher is both sharp and melanc. Enjoyed this politicalfamily dramaor its sly humour its revelations about the banality of life in Westminster and because of the slow burn that almost imperceptibly increases in tension as the story progresses Sad that the author lost his job as a Commons Clerk or wri. story progresses Sad that the author lost his job as a Commons Clerk or wri. WINNER OF A SOMERSET MAUGHAM AWARD 1997 A stunning novel of political life betrayal and passion which lifts the lid on vice within the Palace of Westminster and cost Hensher his job as a House of Commons clerk 'At the centre the Palace of Westminster and cost Hensher his job as a House of Commons clerk 'At the centre this book is John a distinguished widower with a hump two daughters book is John a distinguished widower with a hump two daughters an important job in the House of Commons He also has a The Longevity Diet fondnessor vis.

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