Bloody Flies
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Bloody Flies  (English, Paperback, Keir Andrew J.)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Troubador Publishing
  • Genre: Fiction
  • ISBN: 9781780881492, 1780881495
  • Edition: 2012
  • Pages: 128
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Bloody Flies is a sequence of episodes that offer glimpses of expat life in the opening decade of the 21st century, and the shifting morals that occur when Middle East meets West. After the death of Leo's father, Leo and Diana Hunter move, with their children Laura, Ian and Charlie, to materialistic Abu Dhabi in search of the best future that money can buy.Despite their commitment to this neat world, their hopes soon begin to crumble when their son, Charlie, is killed in a car accident on the street. The book chronicles the Hunters' struggle to deal with the death, the subsequent disintegration of their marriage and their attempt to regain control of their lives, whilst living under the shadow of corruption, slavery and greed.Bloody Flies gives a harrowing insight into Abu Dhabi and will appeal to fans of modern and contemporary fiction, especially those who enjoy tales about expats. A key episode in the story 'Moving Messages' was runner up in the 2010 Kitab/M Magazine short fiction competition. Author Andrew is inspired by Graham Greene, David Mitchell and David Nichols.
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Book Details
Imprint
  • Matador
Publication Year
  • 2012
Dimensions
Width
  • 7.81
Height
  • 198 mm
Length
  • 127 mm
Weight
  • 150
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