Stranger in Town
About the book…
loneliness and isolation in a Yorkshire town ever be cured?
It can if you're Charlie Featherstone and you ignore your friend’s advice. ‘The Irish, they're all as mad as hatters and they have this thing for drinking and, Lord God, the dancing...’
Do Davie Logan and his pals down The Lantern have to face leaving their homes and local pub now that they have lost the fight to save their Belfast street? Probably, but a battle anew presents itself. With the participation of a homeless priest, a line dancer or two and novice Private Investigators the locals are up and at it again.
That's the idea anyhow. Throw in Alex at the Nursing Home, a pyromaniac oft afflicted by kleptomania, with a warm heart and a burglar for a friend with a twelve-seater minibus and chaos ensues. Follow their journey for, Lord knows, they'll need all the help there is.