SURREY, England (PRWEB) January 07, 2015
Written by Andrew Holt McMinn, “Inflagrante and Delicta – The Common Period” (published by Xlibris UK) tells the story of a crazy world where people(‘homos’) bear a basket of physical, emotional and psychological quirks and dysfunctions.
This highly engrossing read, told through the eyes of two anthropomorphic dogs, follows the adventures of a gorgeous red-clawed hunk and inbred, a sex-and-love-addicted transgender chauffeuse, a demented, stalking social-worker, a troubled politician and a lascivious charity worker. And that’s just for starters. The story is based in a South London house owned by two gay men (‘homo-homos’), home to some of this motley crew. The two homo-homos seek to create a place where transformation and wholeness can be achieved for each member of the household in spite of their quirky singularities.
Honest and probing questions are raised about the people in the house and about how they and their bodies function. In the process the honest answers gives a clue to the wonderful complexity of life.
By turns whimsical, earthy, rambunctious, endearing, shocking, farcical and tragic, Holt McMinn’s diverse band of characters share some very fundamental life lessons.
“Inflagrante and Delicta - The Common Period”
By Andrew Holt McMinn
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 356 pages | ISBN 9781499090994
Softcover | 6x9 in | 356 pages | ISBN 9781499090987
E-Book | 356 pages | ISBN 9781499091007
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Andrew Holt McMinn was born in Surrey, England, but was brought up and attended school in Kenya, which forms some of the backdrop for this book. He read English and Psychology at the University of Cape Town, following which he had a long career in the fashion industry, in Cape Town and in London. He can be reached at lourdacious(at)outlook(dot)com.
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