'We are transvestites of taste!'
Miz Miranda Maracona and Miz Kookie Kombuis - one so fair, the other so, so dark! - are two enormously talented and hugely endowed transvestites who run a special service from Soho's Old Compton Street - The M K Agency.
Looking for something different? Well, Prince Igor Pisskossovitch certainly is, and when the girls take on the Kylie Minogue lookalike as a client, they find themselves in a glorious Ruritanian foperetta in the remote principality of Bejesustan, where camp is the watchword and coups d'état the national sport.
Divided loyalties and lingering lusts turn would-be assassins and victims into brothers in arms in Robin Anderson's sophisticated fantasy of 'courtly' love with a special twist. A proverbial 'piss-down' ends in two fatalities that have tongues and every other appendage wagging. Who's the new Prince of Bejesustan? Surely not Mike the Spike, the porn star...?
There's plenty to relish in these pulsating pages for lovers of laughter, and indeed lovers of all sorts. And wouldn't the world be a lacklustre place without the likes of Miz Kookie and Miz Miranda to put a tranny in the works?
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. 'La Di Da Di Bloody Da!' is his fifth novel. His first novel, Regina, set in the glossy, bitchy world of interior design, was a bestseller in the nineties. Four further novels, Red Snapper, Sebastian & Seline, Versus and The Gallery, have already been published by Athena Press.
|Publisher:||Legend Press Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.80(d)|