Everything and More by Geoff Nicholson

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In a dark comedy structured like a great London department store, Arnold, the last of the Haden Brothers, owners of the world's greatest emporium, receives an explosive proposition from an attractive female employee that may result in drastic storewide reductions.

About Geoff Nicholson

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Geoff Nicholson is the author of thirteen novels, including "Bleeding London," which was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize. His works have been translated into French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese. Film rights to "Bedlam Burning" have been optioned by New Line Cinema.
Published January 1, 1994 by Gollancz. 288 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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and the ghostly presence of the architect who designed secret chambers for himself within Haden Brothers, and you have the usual Nicholson madcap, page-turning plot.

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The book's spirit is epitomized by the third major character, Charlie Mayhew, a lowly furniture porter and failing artist, who not only longs for Vita but also admits, in an early monologue: ``So I thought to myself, why not structure a book like a department store?'' Arnold, Vita and Charlie pro...

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