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Description - Slaphead Chameleon by Jerry Raine

The day Jason Campbell bought his first pair of cowboy boots was the day his life changed for ever. For a start, there was someone who actually mattered at one of his gigs - who liked his songs, and his singing, and wanted him to be the support act when bigtime country singer Calista Shaw did her UK tour. He'd put himself back together after getting mixed up in the Phil Gator business (Frankie Bosser Comes Home), when he'd been inadvertently instrumental in getting Gator sent down for a very long time indeed. So when Teddy Peppers gets out of jail and turns up in Jason's neighbourhood, it's seriously bad news. Because Peppers has been given a job to do, and it involves doing Jason a great deal of damage ...One of Britain's brightest young crime novelists returns with a sequel to Frankie Bosser Comes Home, which combines the lives of smalltime desperation of the earlier book with a revealing glimpse of life on the road in the lower reaches of show business.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780575068520
ISBN-10: 0575068523
Format: Hardback
(225mm x 145mm x 27mm)
Pages: 224
Imprint: Orion
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2000
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Jerry Raine

Born 1955, has worked as a bookseller at Murder One and currently at the Gamblers' Bookshop. Is a fast-rising singer-songwriter, has supported such notables as Iris DeMent, Christy Moore and Steve Forbert on UK tours