Small Mercy by Tom Dawes

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Small Mercy is the tale of a young whipper snapper by the name of William Stickers. Inventor of pub paste and also the owner of a certain garment that has the potential to cross space and time as well as other natty functions. Unfortunately Bill's handy anorak is also wanted by that traditional foe "The Baddies", namely two individuals who bear an uncanny resembalance to a comedian from the 80s, and some rather over acted Pirates.But our hero teams up with a washed up Rockstar, his eccentic mother and the regulars of that world renowned ale house The Kings Appendix.This is the story told for the first time in technicolour. Set amid the dreaming concrete spires of everyones favourite town Croydon. Get ready for a heady mix of comedy chefs, some killer songs, a cameo from a notorious Victorian killer, a talking monkey and a high budget set piece finale.

About Tom Dawes

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Tom Dawes lives in Croydon with his live in trouble & strife Emma and their cattle worrying semi wild cat, Pixie.  He is currently working on the follow up to the world wide smash hit Small Mercy, in his spare time he invents new rhyming slang and pays compensation to Farmers angry at the loss of their cattle.
Published December 26, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 152 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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