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Its sell-out success blesses Raymond and his camp coterie with new horizons, new lovers and new sources of wealth. But before you can say 'blackmail', the exhibitors' ...
Its sell-out success blesses Raymond and his camp coterie with new horizons, new lovers and new sources of wealth. But before you can say 'blackmail', the exhibitors' subjects start falling dead like flies - but in the most bizarre circumstances. Who's the latter-day 'canvas' Ripper? Could it be the colonic-inspired Anonymous Bosch or the heinous hand behind a group hara-kiri? Maybe even the 'stitched-up' Man Ray or the evil inspiration behind the Velasquez-inspired death camp?
Once again, Robin Anderson's heady cocktail of gourmandising and extreme sex is calculated to titillate, amuse and enthral. But be aware, dear readers, that some passages have loads to be desired, while others are positively inflammatory! Forewarned is forearmed!
Robin Anderson was born in Scotland and educated in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, and South Africa. He is a recognised international interior designer, having started his London-based business in the late sixties. The Gallery is his fifth novel. His first novel, Regina, set in the glossy, bitchy world of interior design, was a bestseller in the nineties. Three further novels, Red Snapper, Sebastian & Seline and Versus, have already been published by Athena Press. A new novel 'La Di Da Di Bloody Da!' is scheduled for publication in 2009.