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Quiet City
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By Philip Davison
Published By

Liberties Press

ISBN 978-1-912589-11-1
Publication Date 11/15/2021
Price 12.53
Paperback Hyperlink https://libertiespress.com/product/quiet-city/
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Synopsis

Everything works out – except in the end. In the meantime, concentrate on temptations of the flesh; on naked desire. Being properly damned brings its own joy: that’s what Richard is thinking on his way to the city dump where he meets old flame Virginia. How can a nice man like him get things so wrong?

Authors Biography

Philip Davison’s published novels include The Crooked Man, McKenzie’s Friend, The Long Suit, Eureka Dunes and Quiet City. His play, The Invisible Mending Company, was performed on the Abbey Theatre’s Peacock stage. He has co-written two television dramas, Exposure and Criminal Conversation, and Learning Gravity. Many of his works have been adapted to both television and radio.

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11 Comments

  1. Highly recommended!

  2. Amazing book! A MUST READ!!!

  3. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  4. Great read I love this author !

  5. Perfect read for Winter evenings trade mark stunning detail by Philip Davison

  6. An atmospheric novel- rich in characterisations. Love the Garda.

  7. An atmospheric novel replete with very good characterisations. I love the Garda.

  8. Excellent characters, especially the Guard. Great book by one of our finest storytellers

  9. Truly enjoyable read.

  10. I read this in one sitting, it’s a very well crafted whodunnit, clever.

  11. Powerful stuff as always. Well crafted, deep and astute.

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