Facing the Tank

by Patrick Gale
Paperback

£9.99

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‘Made me laugh out loud’
Sunday Times

About this book:

Patrick Gale’s FACING THE TANK is a witty, eccentric novel of clergy, scandal and English eccentrics –

American Professor Evan Kirby, moving to Barrowcester to research Paradise after a successful book on Hell, expects a very English cathedral society of gentle clergymen and coffee mornings.

What he finds instead is a town thrown into chaos by strange, supernatural events, scandalous pregnancies and a Satanic summoning of a young feral girl.

Gale speedily unleashes his merrily black mischief. The uncovering of the sadness behind the doilies and twinsets is in the best tradition of black humour’
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