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Two Tall Tales and One Short Novel, is a collection of stories by three of the UK's brightest new writing talents: The Mesmerist's Daughter by Heidi James, Smokin' the Queen by Kay Sexton, and In the Clear by Lucy Fry. Together the stories transport the reader into the minds of three very different characters.These are dynamic, shape-shifting works of fiction that push at Two Tall Tales and One Short Novel, is a collection of stories by three of the UK's brightest new writing talents: The Mesmerist's Daughter by Heidi James, Smokin' the Queen by Kay Sexton, and In the Clear by Lucy Fry. Together the stories transport the reader into the minds of three very different characters.These are dynamic, shape-shifting works of fiction that push at the boundaries not only of what can be represented - but even what can be imagined.


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Two Tall Tales and One Short Novel, is a collection of stories by three of the UK's brightest new writing talents: The Mesmerist's Daughter by Heidi James, Smokin' the Queen by Kay Sexton, and In the Clear by Lucy Fry. Together the stories transport the reader into the minds of three very different characters.These are dynamic, shape-shifting works of fiction that push at Two Tall Tales and One Short Novel, is a collection of stories by three of the UK's brightest new writing talents: The Mesmerist's Daughter by Heidi James, Smokin' the Queen by Kay Sexton, and In the Clear by Lucy Fry. Together the stories transport the reader into the minds of three very different characters.These are dynamic, shape-shifting works of fiction that push at the boundaries not only of what can be represented - but even what can be imagined.

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  1. 4 out of 5

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    In this trio of stories, Kay Sexton's Smoking the Queen easily dominates -- a youngish Jamaican DJ, Darius, finds himself casting for a foothold when his best-friend cum father-figure dies. Jazz music weaves itself in and out of Darius' damaged psyche and is also a wonderful leitmotif to the story; Sexton's dreamlike prose mirrors the tenuous grip on reality that Darius has post-skunk -- "Sweetness in Mel, anyway, as she drew him down on the narrow bed, opening her mouth to him, night-flowered w In this trio of stories, Kay Sexton's Smoking the Queen easily dominates -- a youngish Jamaican DJ, Darius, finds himself casting for a foothold when his best-friend cum father-figure dies. Jazz music weaves itself in and out of Darius' damaged psyche and is also a wonderful leitmotif to the story; Sexton's dreamlike prose mirrors the tenuous grip on reality that Darius has post-skunk -- "Sweetness in Mel, anyway, as she drew him down on the narrow bed, opening her mouth to him, night-flowered with dark sugar, ripe with languor, so sex was a sleep dream, slower than a lullaby, stars hanging outside the window, eye blinksbetween one moment of pleasure and the next, slower, lower, deeper, sweeter". Kay's vibrant reading brings Darius to vivid life, and de only ting missin' was the music, mon!

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