Estate agent Frankie Blue is known on his home turf - White City, Shepherd's Bush - as 'Frank theFib'. He's a liar - but one who always tries to tell the truth. He has been friends with Diamond Tony, a hairdresser, Colin, a computer nerd, and Nodge, a cabbie, since schooldays. Now they are thirty, and trying to live the same life as they did then - drinking, girls, coke, and football. But Frankie is bored. He's decided to carry out the great 'betrayal' - he's going to get married. From the moment he tells his mates, the whole patchwork of their friendships begins to collapse - revealing the sad, shocking but often hilarious truths that lie underneath.
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Tim Lott is a journalist and writer. His first book, THE SCENT OF DRIED ROSES, was awarded the J.R. Ackerley Prize for Autobiography. He lives in London (W11).
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Book Description 2000-05-04., 2000. Book Condition: New. Penguin. New Ed. Paperback. Book: GOOD. 288pp. . Bookseller Inventory # NF-1690537
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