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In Which I Bump Into The Devil
I Follow The Devil And His Doxy
I Am Advised By A Dog
Plagued By Joss, Beer And Jealousy
I Find Myself At The Wrong End Of A Boot
Hospitalised
I Become Natalie
Leaving Harrison Mews
A Dodgy Nun And Electra
I Am Persuaded To Move South Of The River
Abiding In Babylon
In Which I Try To Review The Situation
Money, Violence And A New Flatmate
We All Wear The Mark Of Kev
I Do A Deal With The Devil
Electra Needs A Roof Over Her Head
The Doggy Who Burnt Her Toes
Smister’s Dreadful Story
Torpedoed By A Shock Encounter
Threats, Thieves And Pierre
The Last Straw
In Which The Cops Catch Up
I See Natalie’s Ghost
I Become An Ambulance Driver
I Drive Back To Where I Started
Called By The Devil
I See The Devil’s Feet
What Hairy Clairey Said
A Quarrel On A train
Drives Badly Bradley
Just A Little Comfort…
… After Which It Gets Even Worse
Toxic Hope
About the Author
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Lady Bag

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Don’t judge a book by its cover, or a bag lady by her appearance. ‘I didn’t always look like this,’ she says. ‘Being barmy doesn’t mean I’m stupid.’

Lady Bag does have her problems – her close relationship with cheap red wine, for example. When she gets hammered she talks to her dog. When she’s extra-hammered her dog talks to her. Guess who makes better sense.

She and her rescue greyhound, Electra, wander through the streets of London, seeing a Dickensian side of the capital city that’s visible only to the homeless. Together they accept the kindness and unkindness of strangers with the same wry patience. Until, on one dreadful day, they meet the Devil outside the National Portrait Gallery…

About Anna Lee “Electric with suspense, fast and funny… ” Publisher’s Weekly “Loud hurrahs… story wonderfully alive, truly tense, dialogue sharp and accurate!” HRF Keating, The Times About Eva Wylie “A staggering achievement… A breath-taking tour de force.” Sara Paretsky “… Eva is a wondrous creation - an incorrigible innocent in a story that crackles with energy. Super Cody.” Kirkus Reviews About Gimme More “Give me more books like Gimme More.” Laura Lippman “Probably the greatest rock’n’roll novel ever.” Nick Johnstone, uncut About Ballad of a Dead Nobody “I was gripped… [told] beautifully, touchingly, sometimes brutally… ” Peter Lovesey “Adventurous in form, sparklingly written and with every page more gripping than the last, this bluesy novel may well be the already garlanded Cody’s best yet.” Mat Coward, Morning Star About Miss Terry “Compelling… warm and amusing, written with the characteristic Cody honesty… a terrific read.” Peter Lovesey

Don’t judge a book by its cover, or a bag lady by her appearance. ‘I didn’t always look like this,’ she says. ‘Being barmy doesn’t mean I’m stupid.’

Lady Bag does have her problems – her close relationship with cheap red wine, for example. When she gets hammered she talks to her dog. When she’s extra-hammered her dog talks to her. Guess who makes better sense.

She and her rescue greyhound, Electra, wander through the streets of London, seeing a Dickensian side of the capital city that’s visible only to the homeless. Together they accept the kindness and unkindness of strangers with the same wry patience. Until, on one dreadful day, they meet the Devil outside the National Portrait Gallery…

About Anna Lee “Electric with suspense, fast and funny… ” Publisher’s Weekly “Loud hurrahs… story wonderfully alive, truly tense, dialogue sharp and accurate!” HRF Keating, The Times About Eva Wylie “A staggering achievement… A breath-taking tour de force.” Sara Paretsky “… Eva is a wondrous creation - an incorrigible innocent in a story that crackles with energy. Super Cody.” Kirkus Reviews About Gimme More “Give me more books like Gimme More.” Laura Lippman “Probably the greatest rock’n’roll novel ever.” Nick Johnstone, uncut About Ballad of a Dead Nobody “I was gripped… [told] beautifully, touchingly, sometimes brutally… ” Peter Lovesey “Adventurous in form, sparklingly written and with every page more gripping than the last, this bluesy novel may well be the already garlanded Cody’s best yet.” Mat Coward, Morning Star About Miss Terry “Compelling… warm and amusing, written with the characteristic Cody honesty… a terrific read.” Peter Lovesey

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