Demented by Jacky Fleming

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Have the inevitable signs of ageing taken you completely by surprise? Do 'Friends Reunited' emails from primary school acquaintances precipitate an instant mid-life crisis? Has your computer introduced levels of frustration into your life that you never dreamed were possible? Does the sound of orchestrated easy-listening music while you're on hold for half an hour drive you to despair? Then this demented cartoon narrative may help slightly, although how I can't imagine. This work is an absolute must for the middle-aged but immature woman and her bewildered partner - or anyone obsessed with looking on the internet at properties for sale in sunny countries.

About Jacky Fleming

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Jacky Fleming is best remembered as an architect of the National Health Service, and for her contribution to freestyle swimming. Abandoned by wolves at an early age, she was raised by feral intellectuals just down the road from Hampstead. She has only ever experienced the world like someone who has just woken up out of a long trance.
Published November 1, 2006 by Bloomsbury UK. 128 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Comics & Graphic Novels. Non-fiction