Kissing Bowie by Joan Taylor

Kissing Bowie

byJoan Taylor

Kobo ebook | August 21, 2013

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Kissing Bowie is a psychological mystery novel, mostly set in London in 1980 but also in the present day.
When Melbourne photographer Samantha Newell returns to London and confronts a guilty past, she begins to write a confession. She recounts the story of her Bowie-obsessed friend Laura, a long-lost love, cryptic notes and a mystery from the year 1980. As she tells of Laura’s strange world of fantasy, reality and fear, can she face what she bitterly regrets? In this follow-up to her critically-acclaimed novel Conversations with Mr. Prain, Joan Taylor brings to life the gritty reality of a recent past and asks tough questions about the media and celebrity, then and now. With a plot that twists and shocks, this novel is an intense and personal journey with a punky anti-heroine and a window to the days when David Bowie ruled as revered youth icon.

Cover photographs:
David Bowie (Ekeberghallen, Oslo, Norway, 1978) by Helge Øverås
Kissing girl by Dave Morris
Cover design by Negative Negative

Title:Kissing BowieFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 21, 2013Publisher:Seventh Rainbow PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0957582544

ISBN - 13:9780957582545

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