Susan Davis

Mad, Bad And Totally Dangerous
  • Mad, Bad And Totally Dangerous

  • Abbie, Lauren and Ruby are earning some holiday dosh at the Northgate Poetry Festival. It promises to be dull, dull, dull until they meet the ravishing Ron Lord. But then some seriously weird goings-on lead Abbie to suspect that the drop-dead-delicious poet may actually have dropped dead quite some time ago . . .

    Posing poets, fit photographers and a ghostly ex-girlfriend stalk the pages of this hilarious new novel from the author of The Henry Game and Delilah and the Dark Stuff.

SUSAN DAVIS has worked as a library assistant, dinnerlady, museum guide, tourist information assistant and amateur astrologer. The author of many short stories for adults, which have been published widely in magazines and broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and the winner of the West Midlands Arts Literature Award in l998, two competitions for new writing run by Mslexia magazine, and the recipient of an Arts Council Award for her work THE HENRY GAME. She lives in Shropshire and has two grown-up children and one grandson.