Murder Most Fab

Author(s): Julian Clary

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Life, it seems, couldn't be better for smooth TV presenter Johnny Debonair. He's at the top of the pile: Mr Saturday Night on prime time, with his recent memoir Gentleman's Relish riding high in the bestsellers. Over lunch at La Mirabelle with his editor Pip Hardback, he announces that next he'd like to write a novel: the story of a young man, similar to himself in many ways, until he becomes involved in a series of murders. 'It's a great idea,' says Pip, licking his lips, 'a comedy thriller,' and a handsome advance is handed over. The one thing Johnny, or JD as he prefers it, fails to tell his editor is that this isn't fiction. The story JD is about to unleash is the dark truth of his life that could never have been revealed in his memoir. What follows is a hilarious tale of murderous deception and of closets overrun with skeletons: an unorthodox mother and a missing father, a past life as an upmarket rentboy and then a mercy killing that inevitably leads to another killing, and another and another. As JD swiftly climbs the celebrity ladder it is only a matter of time before his two lives collide with seriously funny consequences.


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A darkly hilarious debut novel from one of Britain's best-loved entertainers

Julian Clary is one of Britain's most loved entertainers. His memoir A Young Man's Passage was a Sunday Times bestseller. This is his first novel. He lives in Camden and Kent.

General Fields

  • : 9780091922474
  • : 27034
  • : 27034
  • : 0.462
  • : August 2007
  • : 233mm X 156mm X 27mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Julian Clary
  • : Paperback
  • : Airport / export / Ireland ed
  • : 823.92
  • : 416