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The Pattern Maker

My ex-neighbour Nick has got his first novel out and I'd highly recommend it - I don't read much since the internet obliterated my attention span, since Atomised (published as The Elementary Particles in America) rendered much modern literature redundant through lack of scope and range, and since photography took over my life to the extent that it has. However, all that said, I honestly have no hesitation in recommending Nick's thriller The Pattern Maker. And no, it's not just because I worked on the cover with him ;-)


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