Happy Numbers of Julius Miles by Jim Keeble

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...this is a big-hearted, readable little book that whips you along merrily.
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Julius Miles is a mathematical genius, but he is hefty of frame, awkward with the opposite sex and struggling to bring his existence into balance. When he stumbles across the girl next door naked and dead on her Victorian tiles, he starts to unravel the one equation that’s eluded him: that of his own life. And so it is that with the most unlikely of assistants – a transsexual Cupid with a penchant for drugs – he embarks on a quest to find the truth about love, death, family and how, ultimately, you make your numbers happy.
 

About Jim Keeble

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Jim Keeble is the author of Men and Other Mammals. He also has worked as a screenwriter for Oliver Stone, Ridley Scott, John Landis, and Kenneth Branagh.
 
Published June 19, 2012 by Alma Books. 300 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by James Smart on Jun 19 2012

...this is a big-hearted, readable little book that whips you along merrily.

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