The third book from perhaps the most original comic novelist in England 'I live in a house built entirely from tin. For a long while I was quite content here, and remained convinced I would find no better place to be. Then one day a woman arrived at my door and said, "So this is where you've been hiding."' Living in a tin shack, on a great plain, with only the wind for company: what could be better? But with Mary Petrie rapidly turning your house into a home, and the charismatic Michael Hawkins enticing your neighbours away, suddenly there are choices to be made. Should you stay? Or join the exodus?
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Magnus Mills is the author of 'The Restraint of Beasts', 'All Quiet on the Orient Express' , 'The Scheme for Full Employment' and 'Explorers of the New Century'. He has had many different jobs including working as a bus driver and writing a column for the Independent before becoming a novelist.
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