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Sepultura

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Length: 280 pages4 hours

Summary

A sociopath can only keep up a façade for so long.

Dyson Devereux is a busy man, with a challenging new job at Paleham Council and a young son. He would be coping just fine were it not for crass colleagues, banal bureaucracy and contemptible clothes. He is not going to take it lying down.

Because beneath Dyson’s charming, Italian delicacy-consuming veneer lurks something sinister. As his personal and professional lives threaten to spiral out of control, will Dyson’s true nature be revealed?

Compulsive and brimming with satirical wit, Sepultura is a caustic black comedy featuring an unforgettable sociopath.

“My kind of black comedy. You’ll either love Dyson, or love to hate him” — Sandra Seymour, Author of Breed: Slayer

“A satirical gem” — Reader

“Sociopathic comedy at its best” — Adam Riley, Comedian

How does a sociopath go straight, when everyone deserves to die?

FOR LOVERS OF TRANSGRESSIVE FICTION AND DARK HUMOUR EVERYWHERE

THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF DYSON DEVEREUX – BRITAIN’S ANSWER TO PATRICK BATEMAN

‘...a character you can’t help but like no matter how outrageous he is’ – avid reader

‘...a gravely amusing distraction from other run-of-the-mill narrators’ – Littlebooknesslane

‘If you fancy something a little different, with an edginess to it, but still with that dark humour ... I can highly recommend you give this one a go. A really enjoyable read’ – BookWookie

Sepultura is the sequel to Necropolis, picking up the threads of Dyson’s story and confronting him with a whole host of new problems. However, it’s enjoyable as a standalone novel in its own right – a biting satire of the PC public sector in a post-Brexit world.

This black comedy rich with transgressive humour shows what happens when a British town council visits its European twin with a charming sociopath/psychopath in tow.

Can you resist Dyson Devereux, a man deadly in wit and deed? Read Sepultura to find out.

‘My kind of black comedy. You’ll either love Dyson, or love to hate him’ — Sandra Seymour, Author of Breed: Slayer

‘...the perfect sequel’ – lexlooksatbooks

Check out where it all began for Dyson in the satirical black comedy Necropolis.

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