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King Crow

Michael Stewart

King Crow is the story of a lonely, neglected boy, dragged from one Salford estate (and consequently school) to another by his mother, who, since the departure of his father, has lurched between numerous failed relationships, all with women, and appears to suffer from clinical depression. Clearly an intelligent boy, Paul doesn’t make friends easily: he’s only really interested in birds, relates all people to them, and struggles to understand why everyone else wouldn’t be interested in them too. ( amazon)

Contemporary fiction
Publishing Details:
Bluemoose, 2011

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