Someone Stole My Country
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
A dark satire on modern Britain and its twisted history; with a comic range from ‘call centres and the concept of purgatory’ to ‘Eric the Bloodaxe and psychiatric stability’.
Fleeing an insurance company called Accident, Injury, Catastrophe and Death, the paranoid narrator gets caught up in Britain’s ever-fraught but always amusing relationships with Germany and France, whilst Britain stumbles from Iraq into Afghanistan alongside an America itself unbalanced by the 9/11 kamikazes.
But don’t let that put you off: there’s plenty of exploding toilets. Not to mention talking volcanos. And hints on etiquette which will get you killed in Glasgow.