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The Sad Man in the Sports Car
     

The Sad Man in the Sports Car

by Leo Lichy
 
ON THE HUNT FOR A BEAUTIFUL, SOPHISTICATED WOMAN BEFORE HIS AGEING SPORTS CAR LOSES ITS SEX APPEAL AND HE LOSES HIS SEX DRIVE!

Sebastian Hyde knows his place in the world. He's a solicitor. He drives a Porsche Boxster. He's one of the most handsome and well-dressed men in Norwich, England.

Sadly, he's not as successful as his expensive suit suggests he is. His

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ON THE HUNT FOR A BEAUTIFUL, SOPHISTICATED WOMAN BEFORE HIS AGEING SPORTS CAR LOSES ITS SEX APPEAL AND HE LOSES HIS SEX DRIVE!

Sebastian Hyde knows his place in the world. He's a solicitor. He drives a Porsche Boxster. He's one of the most handsome and well-dressed men in Norwich, England.

Sadly, he's not as successful as his expensive suit suggests he is. His friend, Percy Sinclair, has abandoned him, moving out of their poky, shared apartment to start a new life overseas, where he's traveling expansively and bragging excessively to Sebastian about the wonderful time he's having. Meanwhile, Sebastian is all alone, trying desperately to comprehend how to use a vacuum cleaner and a trouser press, while coming to terms with the loss of his only friend.

He's also a man with women troubles. His secretary is the worst in the world and his mother is denying him a fat inheritance because of her stubbornness to push off into the next life. As for a girlfriend, he has little understanding of what one is and where he should go to register for one, but he knows he wants one - something beautiful and sophisticated, along the lines of Ava Gardner or Audrey Hepburn, who will appreciate the kitschy peignoir that is hanging in his bedroom closet. The question is, where the hell does one go to find a classy piece of mutton like that?

Sebastian's dreary days of lonely bachelordom are about to take a backseat to romance and adventure!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982536520
Publisher:
Lowestoft Chronicle Press
Publication date:
03/01/2012
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.46(d)

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